A guided tour of the Three Mills Lock coupled with Bow Locks. The tour will also take in distant views on the Olympic Stadium from The Greenway.
Date: Sunday, 27th June 2010
Times: 11:30, 13:00 and 14:30
The Bow Back Rivers are the waterways that thread through the Olympics Park. The Olympic Stadium is on an island, and on the site of the Pudding Mill River. These waterways used to be tidal, until the construction of the Three Mills Lock. The lock and a weir in Three Mills Wall River (behind the House Mill) manage the water that flows down the Lea Valley.
Official Website: http://www.netwalking-club.org.uk/index.php/Interlocking
Added by LoopZilla on June 22, 2010