Sunny evening on the River Wey

At the end of a recent hot day we thought we’d take a stroll along the river into Godalming for a refreshing pint. The warm evening light was just beautiful and the temperature was just right – hot enough to work up a thirst, but not to get too sweaty.

Catteshall Lock is the southernmost lock of the River Wey navigations, a stretch of canalised river between Godalming and the point where the Wey meets the Thames at Weybridge. The history of the transformation of the river into a canal can be found on this site, along with lots of other interesting information about the area.

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