Day's Weir at Little Wittenham

Day's Weir at Little Wittenham

After heavy rain, the Thames rushing through Day's Weir near Little Wittenham, Oxfordshire. The Thames Path crosses the river over the lock and weir, carrying on upstream towards Abingdon. Apparently the name for Day's Lock and Weir comes from that of a local Catholic yeoman in the 17th century.

Ian Lewis

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Ian Lewis | Day's Weir at Little Wittenham
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