Monthly Archives: June 2014

25.06.14 Dapdune Wharf Area intermittent stoppages 25th- 27th June inclusive

Work will be taking place to remove a 30m length of steel sheet piles that failed during the severe flood events during the winter. This will involve winching the failed sheets across the navigation and then lifting them by crane … Continue reading

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19.06.14: St. Catherine’s Pipe Bridge Refurbishmnet – temporary stoppages

Monday 23rd to Friday 27th June 2014 St Catherine’s Pipe Bridge adjacent to St Catherine’s Railway Bridge and Lock Cottage, 500m downstream from Broadford Bridge. Contractors undertaking refurbishment works to the pipe bridge require short intermittent stoppages to hoist scaffold … Continue reading

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16.06.2014 RIVER CONDITIONS – NORMAL

The navigation is now fully open from Godalming Wharf to Thames Lock. You can also check the latest river conditions by calling Thames Lock 01932 843106 or the Navigations Office 01483 561389 (recorded message not updated at weekends).

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15:06:2014 RIVER IN FLOOD – DANGEROUS CONDITIONS:

15:15 River conditions from Godalming Wharf to St. Catherines Lock and from Walsham Gates to Thames Lock are normal and open for navigation. Dangerous conditions to navigation exist from St. Catherines Lock to Walsham Gates and it is not safe … Continue reading

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14:06:2014 RIVER IN FLOOD – DANGEROUS CONDITIONS:

12:00 River conditions from Godalming Wharf to Unstead Lock and from Walsham Gates to Thames Lock are normal and open for navigation. Dangerous conditions to navigation exist from Unstead Lock to Walsham Gates and it is not safe to proceed … Continue reading

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12.06.2014 Dredging in the Sutton Place area

Dredging will start today in the Sutton Place area and carry on until the end of next week. Work boats will be onsite and maybe some short disruptions while this work is taking place. You can also check the latest … Continue reading

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09.06.2014 Work to St. Catherine’s Utility Gantry – upstream of railway bridge

The utility company responsible for the gantry are undertaking repairs and maintenance over the next 10 weeks. Navigation and the towpath will remain open but do expect to see pontoon and work craft in the area and transporting materials by … Continue reading

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