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Route 1 - 4 miles:
After leaving Eynsham through the old Abbey grounds and walking on through fields and meadows and along a stream, you join the Thames Path at Pinkhill Lock where, in 1791, the old flashlock was replaced with a pound lock. The return walk along the Thames leads you towards the elegant Georgian Swinford Toll Bridge, built in 1767. The Talbot Inn is on your right just over the bridge on the return to Eynsham village.
Car parking in the centre of Eynsham. Proceed down Clover Place or Back Lane - free at the time of writing.
Refreshments: A number of shops and public houses are located in Eynsham. For other walks and further details visit Oxfordshire County Council's website.