A traditional narrowboat passes through Penton Hook Lock on the River Thames in England.
Penton Hook Lock is the highest upstream of the locks built by the Corporation of the City of London. The lock keeper's house was built in 1814; this date can be seen on the city coat of arms on the front of the building.
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December 28th, 2012
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