Now this is a great mooring. Others moored here but there is plenty of room to still be well away from the next boat. Of course the permanent residents no nothing of privacy and will sit by the boat and stare through the windows.
On the right is a Wey barge, horse drawn and once a very common sight not just on the R. Wey but also the Thames. The National Trust is restoring the 1931 Wey barge reliance (below) at Dapdune Wharf.
Nothing standardised as far as water points go on the Wey. Above the mooring jetty for water........
next to the lock. The tap can just be seen to the left of the piling spouting the greenery.