Old Ford Upper Lock
This is a lock with a rise of 6f3.
|Grove Road Bridge||4½ furlongs|
|Old Ford Road Bridge||3¼ furlongs|
|Victoria Park (Hackney)||2½ furlongs|
|Gunmakers Lane Bridge||1¾ furlongs|
|Old Ford Upper Lock Winding Hole||¼ furlongs|
|Old Ford Upper Lock|
|Parnell Road Footbridge||¼ furlongs|
|Old Ford Middle Lock||1 furlong|
|Wick Lane Bridge||1 furlong|
|East Cross Route Bridge||1¼ furlongs|
|Wansbeck Road Bridge||1½ furlongs|
information from Tony Bowyer, 3-7-2008 17:27:52
- Sini Restaurant (Turkish Restaurant, Barbecue Restaurant)
524 yards to the southeast.
- Victoria Park (Public Places & Attractions)
440 yards to the west.
- Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park (Sports Venue & Stadium, Park, Tourist Attraction)
452 yards to the northeast.
- London 2012 - Olympic Park (Sports Venue & Stadium)
1587 yards to the northeast.
- London 2012 - Copper Box (Sports Venue & Stadium)
1061 yards to the northeast.
- Field Day London (Arts & Entertainment)
1096 yards to the southwest.
- Victoria Park Skatepark (Park)
398 yards to the west.
- A12 (Highway)
299 yards to the northeast.
- Well Street Common (Park)
998 yards to the northwest.
- Timberlodge Park At the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park (Outdoors)
1598 yards to the northeast.
- Regents Lake Banqueting Venue (Park)
1229 yards to the southwest.
- Namo (Home)
1071 yards to the west.
- BT Sport Studios (Sports Venue & Stadium, Movie & Television Studio)
1357 yards to the north.
- Victoria Park Village (Neighborhood)
1125 yards to the west.
- Lovebox (Event, Event Planning)
617 yards to the west.
- Mabley Green (Sports & Recreation, Park)
1317 yards to the north.
- McDonalds Bow Flyover (Fast Food Restaurant)
1507 yards to the southeast.
- River Lea Navigational Canal (Public Places & Attractions, Outdoors)
883 yards to the northeast.
- Lee Valley Velo Park (Sports & Recreation)
1621 yards to the northeast.
Wikipedia has a page about Old Ford Upper Lock
The Hertford Union Canal or Duckett's Canal is a short stretch (c. 1.5 km) of canal in the London Borough of Tower Hamlets in East London. It connects the Regent's Canal to the Lee Navigation. It was opened in 1830 but quickly proved to be a commercial failure. It was acquired by the Regents Canal Company in 1857, and became part of the Grand Union Canal in 1927.
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