Facilities: water point.
This is a lock with a rise of 4f0.
|Penton Hook Lock||1 mile, 7¼ furlongs|
|Penton Hook Lock Weir Exit||1 mile, 6½ furlongs|
|Intake Channel to the Queen Mary Reservoir||1 mile, 5 furlongs|
|Chertsey Bridge (Motorway)||1¾ furlongs|
|Chertsey Lock Weir Entrance||1 furlong|
|Chertsey Lock Weir Exit||½ furlongs|
|Chertsey Bridge||1¼ furlongs|
|Bates Wharf Marina||2¼ furlongs|
|Pharaoh's Island||1 mile, 5½ furlongs|
|Thames Court||1 mile, 6½ furlongs|
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Nearest self-operated pump-outTravel to D'Oyly Carte Island Footbridge, then on the River Thames (Desborough Cut) to Thames Meadow, then on the River Thames (below Oxford) to Molesey Lock On this waterway in the direction of Osney Bridge Travel to D'Oyly Carte Island Footbridge, then on the River Thames (Desborough Cut) to Thames Meadow, then on the River Thames (below Oxford) to Teddington Lock Weir Exit, then on the River Thames (tidal section) to Thames - Grand Union Canal Junction, then on the Grand Union Canal (Grand Junction Canal - Main Line - Gayton to Brentford) to Brentford Visitor Moorings Travel to Thames - Wey Junction, then on the River Wey Navigation to Woodham Junction, then on the Basingstoke Canal to Canal Centre Swing Bridge Travel to Thames - Wey Junction, then on the River Wey Navigation to Woodham Junction, then on the Basingstoke Canal to Mytchett Bridge
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Wikipedia has a page about Chertsey Lock
Chertsey Lock is a lock on the River Thames in England, against the left bank, an area of Green Belt including Laleham Park, the largest public park in Spelthorne. It faces the town of Chertsey and is the fifth-lowest of the forty-four locks along the non-tidal course of the river. Owing to a course alteration both banks at the site of the lock have been since medieval times in Surrey. Stone-built Chertsey Bridge built in 1785 is 210 m south (downstream) of the lock. The lock was built by the City of London Corporation in 1813, lengthened in 1893 and again in 1913.
The lock adjoins a small thin island created in its building accessible by boat that connects Chertsey Weir.