Newmans Weir

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Newmans Weir is a weir on the River Lea located near Enfield Lock. The weir has wooden sluice gates within cast-iron guide frames. It was reconstructed in 1907, replacing a series of previous timber weirs.[1]

The view above the weir; the weir-keeper's cottage stands on the far bank

Access[edit]

There is no public access. The weir can be seen at a distance from a public footpath at Enfield Island Village.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Cherry, B & Pevsner, N The Buildings of England London 4 : North (1998) p441 ISBN 0-14-071049-3 Retrieved 6 May 2008

Public transport[edit]

The nearest railway station is Enfield Lock.

External links[edit]

Coordinates: 51°40′22″N 0°00′52″W / 51.6727°N 0.0144°W / 51.6727; -0.0144