watching the tide.

watching the tide.

Post by coac » Thu, 12 Feb 2009 18:26:47


For those who want to try and understand how the Tideway(Thames UK)
works, I suggest that a look at the graphics on the attached link will
help.

http://www.thames.me.uk/s00030.htm

 
 
 

watching the tide.

Post by Christopher Anto » Fri, 13 Feb 2009 04:07:52


Quote:
> For those who want to try and understand how the Tideway(Thames UK)
> works, I suggest that a look at the graphics on the attached link will
> help.

> http://www.thames.me.uk/s00030.htm

Absolutely fascinating. Thanks for the link.

 
 
 

watching the tide.

Post by pdblas.. » Fri, 13 Feb 2009 17:18:29

On 11 Feb, 19:07, "Christopher Anton"

Quote:



> > For those who want to try and understand how the Tideway(Thames UK)
> > works, I suggest that a look at the graphics on the attached link will
> > help.

> >http://www.thames.me.uk/s00030.htm

> Absolutely fascinating. Thanks for the link.

Well done Richard. This is essential viewing for anyone with an
interest in the history of the Thames. I have just spent more time
than I can afford checking out the history of Marlow.

 
 
 

watching the tide.

Post by Christopher Anto » Mon, 16 Feb 2009 03:29:30


Quote:
> For those who want to try and understand how the Tideway(Thames UK)
> works, I suggest that a look at the graphics on the attached link will
> help.

> http://www.thames.me.uk/s00030.htm

so the high tide  has gone over Teddington weir then. Must be all the land
water. I presume that the Embankment in Putney has also been under water
too.