Pinkhill Lock

Pinkhill Lock lies close to Farmoor, Oxfordshire. It is 6.21 km (3.86 mi) downstream from Northmoor Lock and 2.38 km (1.48 mi) upstream from Eynsham Lock. The first lock was built of stone by Daniel Harris for the Thames Navigation Commission in 1791.

Around the lock

The lock area is very picturesque but there are no facilities.

Beyond the lock

A short walk from the lock lies Farmoor Reservoir, where you can enjoy a tranquil walk or quiet picnic in amongst abundant wildlife and good views.

General Information


  • How to get there

    We suggest parking in Farmoor and walking the short distance to the lock past the reservoir.

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Free admission

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Free admission
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Price for children: £
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Accessibility

All areas are fully accessible with wheels/walking aids.
Toilet(s) suitable for wheelchair available.
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