Pharaoh's Island, River Thames

Pharaoh's Island, River Thames

Pharaoh's Island, River Thames

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See also Pharaoh's Island in Egypt.


Pharaoh's Island is an island in the River Thames, in Surrey, England. The island is located above Shepperton Lock. It was given to Admiral Nelson following the Battle of the Nile who used it as a fishing retreat.

The island has a number of relatively large residences on it. However, it is not connected by any bridge and is only accessible by boat. In January 2011, a small dinghy ferrying people from the island capsized with the loss of two lives. The fatalities were named as university professor Dr Rex Walford OBE and record producer Keith Lowde.

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