Catalogue description A view along the path by the River Thames which takes you between the lock and inn, since demolished. The seventeenth century Anglers Rest was built by the ferryman and lock keeper Charlie Bell, after whom the lock is named.

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Details of CC73/00265
Reference: CC73/00265
Title: A view along the path by the River Thames which takes you between the lock and inn, since demolished. The seventeenth century Anglers Rest was built by the ferryman and lock keeper Charlie Bell, after whom the lock is named.
Description:

Colour or black and white: Black and white

 

Paper Size: 6.5 x 8.5 INS

 

Photographer: Henry W Taunt

 

Address/Location: Bell Weir Lock, Egham, Surrey

 

Anglers Rest Inn, Egham, Surrey

 

Monument type: Lock; Inn

Date: 1883
Held by: Historic England Archive, not available at The National Archives
Language: English
Physical description: 11 Negative (Glass photographic plate)Inkjet print (General/ordinary paper; Inkjet)
Restrictions on use:

Copyright: Reproduced By Permission Of English Heritage. National Monuments Record

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