River Thames (Sheepwash Channel)

The River Thames (Sheepwash Channel) is a narrow canal and is part of the River Thames. It runs for 1 furlong through 1 lock from Sheepwash Channel Junction (where it joins the River Thames (above Oxford)) to Isis Lock Junction (where it joins the Oxford Canal (Southern Section - Main Line)).

The maximum dimensions for a boat to be able to travel on the waterway are 72 feet long and 7 feet wide. The maximum headroom is not known. The maximum draught is not known.

The navigational authority for this waterway is Environment Agency

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Sheepwash Channel Junction
Junction of the River Thames with the branch to the Oxford Canal
Sheepwash Channel footbridge a few yards 0 locks
Roger Dudman Way Footbridge ¼ furlongs 0 locks
Roger Dudman Way Bridge ¼ furlongs 0 locks
Sheepwash Channel Railway Bridge
Line from Birmingham to Reading
¼ furlongs 0 locks
Railway Swing Bridge ½ furlongs 0 locks
Rewley Road Bridge ½ furlongs 0 locks
Castle Mill Stream Junction
Junction of the Sheepwash Channel and the Castle Mill stream.
¾ furlongs 0 locks
Isis Lock No 46 1 furlong 0 locks
Isis Lock Junction 1 furlong 1 lock
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Sheepwash Channel - Wikipedia
Sheepwash Channel connects the River Thames to the west and the Castle Mill Stream next to the Oxford Canal to the east (linked through Isis Lock), in west ...
Waterway Gazetteer for River Thames (Sheepwash Channel ...
The River Thames (Sheepwash Channel) is a narrow canal and is part of the River Thames. It runs for 1 furlong through 1 lock from Sheepwash Channel ...
Sheepwash Channel Railway Bridge - Wikipedia
Sheepwash Channel Railway Bridge is a railway bridge over Sheepwash Channel in west ... close to Rewley Road Bridge to the east. Sheepwash channel links the River Thames with the Oxford Canal via Castle Mill Stream and Isis Lock .
Disused Stations: Oxford Rewley Road Station
May 22, 2017 ... Notes: The size of Oxford Rewley Road Station was limited by the Sheepwash Channel, a navigable link between the River Thames and the ...
Tributaries of the River Thames - Wikipedia
This article lists the tributaries of the River Thames from the sea to the source, in England. ..... Oxford Canal via Sheepwash Channel, Oxford via Dukes Cut ...
River Thames
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Isis Lock – Wikipedia
Das Isis Lock (auch als Louse Lock bekannt) ist eine Schiffsschleuse, die den Oxford-Kanal ... Der Sheepwash Channel stellt eine Verbindung zur Themse im Westen her. ... die groß genug war, um Thames Barges den Zugang zu den Kaianlagen der Oxford Canal Company's in der Worcester Street zu ermöglichen.
Twyford Wharf Narrowboats – Routes Along the Oxford Canal
It connects the River Thames at Oxford to the Grand Union Canal at the villages ... Isis Lock (known to boatmen as 'Louse Lock') through Sheepwash Channel.
Osney Lock – Wikipedia
Das Osney Lock ist eine Schleuse in der Themse in Oxford, England, nahe dem Ort und der Insel Osney. Die erste steinerne Schleuse wurde 1790 von Daniel Harris für die Thames ... Four Rivers ist eine Teilung im Fluss, die eine Verbindung zum Oxford Canal über den Sheepwash Channel in der einen Richtung und zum ...
Newbridge to Oxford walk along The Thames Path in England ...
The first picture is The River Thames with Sheepwash Channel leaving on the right and the picture on the right is of Osney warehouses making nice reflections  ...
Information retrieved Tuesday 26 September 2017 at 8:02

Wikipedia has a page about River Thames

The River Thames (/tɛmz/ TEMZ) is a river that flows through southern England. It is the longest river entirely in England and the second longest in the United Kingdom, after the River Severn. While it is best known for flowing through London, the river also flows alongside other towns and cities, including Oxford, Reading, Henley-on-Thames and Windsor.

The river gives its name to three informal areas: the Thames Valley, a region of England around the river between Oxford and west London; the Thames Gateway; and the greatly overlapping Thames Estuary around the tidal Thames to the east of London and including the waterway itself. Thames Valley Police is a formal body that takes its name from the river, covering three counties.

In an alternative name, derived from its long tidal reach up to Teddington Lock in south west London, the lower reaches of the river are called the Tideway. The section of the river running through Oxford is traditionally called the Isis.

The administrative powers of the Thames Conservancy have been taken on with modifications by the Environment Agency and, in respect of the Tideway part of the river, such powers are split between the agency and the Port of London Authority.

In non-administrative use, stemming directly from the river and its name are Thames Valley University, Thames Water, Thames Television productions, Thames & Hudson publishing, Thameslink (north-south railways passing through central London) and South Thames College. Historic entities include the Thames Ironworks and Shipbuilding Company.

Two broad canals link the river to other river basins: the Kennet and Avon Canal (Reading to Bath) and the Grand Union Canal (London to the Midlands). The Grand Union effectively bypassed the earlier, narrow and winding Oxford Canal which also remains open as a popular scenic recreational route. Three further cross-basin canals are disused but are in various stages of reconstruction: the Thames and Severn Canal (via Stroud), which operated until 1927 (to the west coast of England), the Wey and Arun Canal to Littlehampton, which operated until 1871 (to the south coast), and the Wilts and Berks Canal.

Rowing and sailing clubs are common along the Thames, which is navigable to such vessels. Kayaking and canoeing also take place. Major annual events include the Henley Royal Regatta and the Boat Race, while the Thames has been used during two Summer Olympic Games: 1908 (rowing);1948 (rowing and canoeing). Safe headwaters and reaches are a summer venue for organised swimming, which is prohibited on safety grounds in a stretch centred on Central London. Non-Olympic watersports with a lesser presence include skiffing and punting.

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[Islands in the River Thames] [Hampton Ferry (River Thames)] [Henley Festival] [Wandsworth Bridge] [Teddington Lock Footbridges] [Livett's Launches] [Lechlade] [Caversham Lock] [Barnes Railway Bridge]
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