1910: Clifton Lock & Long Wittenham in Thames Valley Villages by Charles G Harper
RIGHT bank on cut which bypasses Long Wittenham, length: 129'10", width: 19'0"
1793: Lock first suggested near Clifton Ferry.
1811: A difficulty was that the land concerned was owned by a lunatic.
1822: Apparently the lock was built without a weir
1835: Weir erected
1877: Weir enlarged
1884: Lock cut bridges rebuilt in Oak.
1884: Clifton Lock, Henry Taunt -
Clifton Lock, Henry Taunt, 1884
© Oxfordshire County Council Photographic Archive; HT3895
Clifton Cut Footbridge
Clifton Cut Footbridge.
Clifton Weir Stream
Left bank weir at the head of the cut to Clifton Lock. Danger!