The Teddington lock  and weir (dam)  were first constructed in timber in 1811, and then strengthened with stone in 1859 a few years after the Lambeth Waterworks Company had relocated its intake (see below, view is upriver)

   

Click here for a detailed map of the lock in 1894.  

A modern map shows the Teddington lock and weir. Here boats move back and forth through the lock. 

The lock is seen below, with the viewer situated above the last "n" in Teddington Lock in the map above, looking down river in the flow towards London.

For a satellite view of the current Teddington Lock and Weir, click here.

Sources:

London A-Z Map, 1998.
Wilson DG. The Victorian Thames, 1993.

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