Environment Agency Update: Jubilee River, Black Potts weir repairs November 2020

Published: 23 November 2020

 Black Potts Weir Black Potts Weir is one of five control structures along the length of the Jubilee River and is the final structure separating the tail end of the Jubilee River from the River Thames. It is a fixed crest weir, meaning that there are no mechanical components. Water naturally flows over the weir as upstream flows increase. There is a fish pass at the centre, enabling fish to move upstream. The weir forms the foundation of a railway viaduct overhead for the Windsor & Eton Riverside branch line.

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