Goring on Thames Watermill

Goring on Thames Watermill

The lane next to the watermill at Goring on Thames leading over the mill race which plunges under the mill, then on to pass under the road bridge to the lock. Turn left at the bridge to follow the Thames Path to Pangbourne. The mill features in a painting by JMW Turner. The Thames here passes through the Goring Gap between the Chiltern Hills and the North Wessex Downs.

Ian Lewis

Image size: 6708 x 4566, 25.67Mb | Camera details: NIKON D7100 | Date uploaded: 25/10/2018

Ian Lewis | Goring on Thames Watermill
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