Template:River Thames routemap

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The following items have been included:

  • Crossings carrying primary roads
  • Crossings carrying former British Rail railway lines.
  • The East London Line and District line.
  • Locks and bridges that have prominence in regulating the river
  • Other structures to identify prominent towns that have not been identified.
  • Non-tidal rivers that have an average discharge of more than 1 m3/s
  • Canals

The conversion 1 sea mile = 6080 ft was obtained by calculation from the Port of London handbook (see below). This is different to the nautical mile of 1852 m.
This is a route-map template for a UK waterway.

Suitable instructions belong here – please add to {{UK-waterway-routemap}}.

For finding bridge numbers, canalplan.org.uk may be useful.

References[edit]

  • Handbook of Tide Tables and Port Information - 2011 (PDF). Port of London Authority. pp. 17–20. Retrieved 2011-09-27.
  • Hart, Ian; Hart, Dot (2011). "The River Thames and boaty things - Index". Floating down the River. Retrieved 2011-10-04.
  • Ordnance Survey, HM (2013). "Official OS". Map in respect of Bourne's discharge location (drain Camberley, Woking, Ascot etc.). Retrieved 2013-08-18.