Wey Navigation

The Wey and Godalming Navigations

The Wey Navigation Canal runs between Godalming and the Thames at Weybridge to the south-west of London. It runs through Guildford, Pyrford and joins the Basingstoke Canal at West Byfleet.

For other information see also:

Parvis Wharf

General views of the canal and barges

Parvis Wharf The last rural whaft to survive intact on the Navigation. (Apologies for the low quality photos: these are from a mobile phone.)

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The chandlery and moored barges.

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Parvis Wharf in the Snow (2009)

See Parvis Wharf in the snow (2nd Febrary 2009).

Pyrford Lock

The lock at Pyrford was completed in 1653, the end of the longest section.

See Pyrford History for a brief history of the village.

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Close by, as in the picture, is The Anchor pub: