Saltford Lock No 4
This is a lock with a rise of 3f10.
|Saltford Marina||1 mile|
|Kelston Lock Weir Entrance||7½ furlongs|
|Kelston Lock No 5||7 furlongs|
|The Shallows Railway Bridge No 210||4½ furlongs|
|Saltford Lock Weir Entrance||½ furlongs|
|Saltford Lock No 4|
|Swineford Lock Weir Entrance||5¾ furlongs|
|Swineford Lock No 3||6 furlongs|
|Swineford Lock Weir Exit||6½ furlongs|
|Avon Valley Railway Bridge||1 mile, 4 furlongs|
|Keynsham Old Works||2 miles, 6¼ furlongs|
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- Bird in Hand (Restaurant)
731 to the southwest.
- The Swan (Beer Garden, Pub)
1170 to the north.
- The Riverside Inn (Restaurant, Pub, Bed and Breakfast)
1147 to the south.
- The Crown (Pub, Beer Garden, Bar & Grill)
1307 to the southwest.
- The Jolly Sailor (Pub)
10 to the north.
- The Bird in Hand Saltford (Bar)
732 to the southwest.
- Saltford Rowing Centre (Outdoor Recreation)
1286 to the south.
- The Old Crown, Kelston (Bar)
1027 to the southeast.
- The Jolly Sailor Feel Good Festival (Pub, Bar)
23 to the north.
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Nearest Water point
Nearest Rubbish disposal
Nearest Chemical toilet disposalTravel to River Avon Junction, then on the Kennet and Avon Canal (Main Line) to Bradford and Frome Road Wharves
Nearest Place to turn
Wikipedia has a page about Saltford Lock
Saltford Lock (grid reference ST692679) is situated on the River Avon, at the village of Saltford, between Bristol and Bath, England.
The lock and weir are overlooked by the remains of the Kelston Brass Mill, which was working until 1925. It is a grade II listed building. Alongside the lock is a pub, whose garden extends over the lock to the small island between the lock and weir. The lock was opened in 1727 and destroyed in 1738 (probably by rival coal dealers) to stop the use of the river for transportation.