Cardington Lock Weir Exit No 1

Channel leading to the Weir - No Access
Stannard Way, Bedford, England, United Kingdom
Cardington Lock Weir Exit No 1 is a minor waterways place on the River Great Ouse (Canalized Section) between Eaton Socon Lock No 8 (11 miles and 4 furlongs and 4 locks to the northeast) and Bedford (2 miles and 2½ furlongs and 2 locks to the west).
The nearest place in the direction of Eaton Socon Lock No 8 is Country Park Bridge; 4 furlongs away.
The nearest place in the direction of Bedford is Cardington Lock; ¾ furlongs away.

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The name Ouse is from the Celtic or pre-Celtic *Udso-s, and probably means ... The old course of the river passes through Hermitage Lock into the Old West River. .... over the channel of the old Wiggenhall Eau, and so achieved a new exit and so ... No tolls were charged on the river below St Ives or on the New Bedford, and ...
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1. PRIORY PARK TO CARDINGTON LOCK (1.5 miles). # From the car park go past the Visitors Centre and left by the lake. # Follow the ... If you do not want to continue to Cardington (see ... From the car park go back towards the exit and turn left onto the ... Engineers' Bridge Go right at the weir just after the Town Bridge and.
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To make your trip even more enjoyable, why not opt for our bag drop off and ... beam boats as well as one of George Clarkes Amazing Spaces creations). ... You will see a small weir on your left shortly followed by the Barns Hotel on ... Lock, paddle to the mooring on the right with a lowered area to help you exit the boats.
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Day 1 covers our most popular half day trip, coupling the quintessential English ... To make things a little easier, why not let us take the strain and book our luggage ... 400 metres downstream from the weir, you will come to Kempston Mill and a ... You will see large green buoys across the river, this mark Cardington Lock, ...
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