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Whitchurch lock, only accessible to the public from the river, dates back to the 16th century as a flash weir. It is named after the nearby village on the Oxfordshire bank, which is linked to the town of Pangbourne in Berkshire by a toll bridge.

A short distance upstream is Beale Wildlife Park.

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