Coordinates: 51°41′39″N 2°01′47″W / 51.694262°N 2.029724°W / 51.694262; -2.029724
The monument at the traditional source of the Thames. Dry at the time of taking the picture, the Thames would otherwise flow towards the photographer.
THE CONSERVATORS OF THE RIVER THAMES 1857-1974 THIS STONE WAS PLACED HERE TO MARK THE SOURCE OF THE RIVER THAMES
A nearby basin of stones marks the spring. However, there is usually only water during a wet winter. References
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^ Thames Pathway Ch1, Accessed 15 August 2015
^ BBC News, Gloucestershire. 15 May 2012 Could the
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