'Taken earlier this evening (26/6/04). The gauge was showing 1.72. Normally this level is considered too low with only a small green wave forming. However, because the river has risen so quickly over the last day or two the wave has formed with a fairly boily, retentive shoulder most of the way across. Lots of fun, especially as I was the only person there. Just goes to show how unpredictable the spot is.' Photo from Ollie of trentweirproject.
Newark Weir maxed out in flood on New Year's Day, 2003. Photos from Andrew Bird.
Photos from Marc Elliot.