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The Weybridge end of Coxes Lock. 16th May 2009.
 
 
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The Woking end of Coxes Lock. 16th May 2009.
   
     
  The original Coxes Lock was replaced during 1770 and 1771 by one made of brick at a cost of about 600.   
     

  
 
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Distant view of a barge in Coxes Lock heading towards Weybridge. Photograph taken from the railway footbridge at Coxes Mill. 16th May 2009.

  
 
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An unusual view from Coxes Lock looking under the railway bridge along the River Wey Navigation towards Weybridge. The boats on the left are moored at Pelican Wharf.  18th November 2008. 
 

         
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An unidentified barge entering Coxes Lock from the Weybridge direction. 26th September 2009.
    
 
 
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The same unidentified barge leaving Coxes Lock at the Woking end. The building in the background is one of the cluster forming Coxes Mill, with its canal-side wharf that was once used for grain shipments. 26th September 2009.
  
 
 
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The sluice at Coxes Mill, taking the overflow water from the mill pond down to the canal. The tethering posts on the canal bank are for vessels waiting to pass through Coxes Lock, which is out of view to the right. 10th October 2007.
 
The patio area appears to have once been the location of one of the water wheels on this site, The evidence for this is that hidden by the weeds in the mill pond is an inlet taking water under what is now the patio. The thicker part of the wall indicates that it needed to be more substantial at that point, for instance to support the axle of a waterwheel.

 
 
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