Headpile Eyot

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Headpile Eyot looking upstream with small unnamed island beyond

Headpile Eyot is long and narrow eyot in the River Thames, situated just above Bray Lock. It is also near the village of Bray, Berkshire.[1] The island is small and covered with trees such as Horse chestnut and English oaks. Bronze Age finds have been found on the Eyot.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Cove-Smith, Chris (2006). The River Thames Book. Imray Laurie Norie and Wilson. ISBN 0-85288-892-9.

See also[edit]

Next island upstream River Thames Next island downstream
Guards Club Island Headpile Eyot Pigeonhill Eyot

Coordinates: 51°30′36″N 0°41′39″W / 51.5100°N 0.6943°W / 51.5100; -0.6943