Flatford Lock was originally turf-sided and located about 20 yards north of the present lock.
The River Stour was made a navigable river by Act of Parliament in 1705.
Flatford's Dry Dock is the subject of John Constable's painting "Boat Building".
The family living in Bridge Cottage were tenants of the Constable family.
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