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Recent Reconstruction of Locks and Control Structures on the River Great Ouse. Discussion on Mr. Oscar Borer’s Paper

Mr. Borer reminded Mr. Jackson, who had referred to the work on the Nene, that tidal work was outside the scope of his paper. The Ouse Board had large sluices in the Fens. Very shortly, no doubt, there would be a big alteration in the scour below Welmore Lake Sluice and anti-scour devices would have to be installed. It was very difficult to work such devices when one was faced with ordinary river conditions on one side, and tidal conditions on the other.