Old Ford Lock No 8
Facilities: chemical toilet disposal, rubbish disposal and water point.
This is a lock with a rise of 8f0.
|Liverpool Street to Stratford Railway Bridge||3¼ furlongs|
|Meath Crescent Footbridge||3 furlongs|
|Roman Road Bridge No 55||1½ furlongs|
|Hertford Union Junction||¾ furlongs|
|Old Ford Road Bridge No 54||½ furlongs|
|Old Ford Lock No 8|
|Bonner Hall Bridge No 53||1½ furlongs|
|Mare Street Bridge No 51||4¼ furlongs|
|Great Eastern Main Line Bridge No 50||4½ furlongs|
|Andrew's Road Winding Hole||5½ furlongs|
|Cat and Mutton Bridge No 49||6½ furlongs|
- V&A Museum of Childhood (Museum)
823 yards to the southwest.
- London Chest Hospital (Landmark, Hospital)
278 yards to the west.
- The Times and The Sunday Times (Newspaper)
1305 yards to the west.
- RasaaBites (Indian Restaurant, Take Out Restaurant)
1522 yards to the southeast.
- The Gun (Pub)
1428 yards to the north.
- Victoria Park (Public Places & Attractions)
1048 yards to the northeast.
- Town Hall Hotel (Restaurant, Bar)
773 yards to the west.
- Queen Mary University of London (Medical & Health, College & University, School)
1175 yards to the south.
- Oval Space (Event Venue, Concert Venue, Nightlife)
1042 yards to the west.
- Regents Lake Banqueting Venue (Park)
240 yards to the east.
- Regents Canal, Victoria Park. (Park)
369 yards to the northwest.
- Canal Gate, Victoria Park (Park)
586 yards to the northwest.
- Regents Canal, Mile End (Outdoors)
907 yards to the southeast.
- Bethnal Green Gardens (Park)
996 yards to the southwest.
- Boating Lake At Victoria Park (Boating)
209 yards to the northeast.
- Palm Tree (Pub, Arts & Entertainment, Bar)
580 yards to the southeast.
- Pub On The Park (Pub)
1515 yards to the northwest.
- Thai Room (Thai Restaurant)
236 yards to the southeast.
Wikipedia has a page about Old Ford Lock
Old Ford Lock is a paired lock and weir on the River Lee Navigation, in the London Borough of Tower Hamlets, England. It is at Bow on the east side of London. The area, Old Ford is named after the natural ford which used to exist in the area crossing the uncanalised River Lea.
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