|The north tip of Teddington Island, from Teddington|
|The south tip of Teddington Island, from Teddington|
|Teddington Island steps|
|Teddington Island bike ramp|
Teddington Island Lock is an impressive feat of engineering. It's composed of three locks and a long, curved weir. The whole complex cascades from one side of the Thames to the other. A wooded, centre island links the lock to the weir as well as supporting the busy Teddington Lock footbridge. An elaborate stilted ramp allows the passage of cyclists. A short track below runs the length of the island to locked gates at either end. Anglers cast from the shore.