- River Lod, West Sussex
at Lods Bridge.
Lords Wood Barns
Formerly named Lodge Farm the old barns on the east bank of the river by Lords Wood were converted into offices for Sofa Workshop Company in 1996, saving the older barn from imminent collapse. The east pier of the bridge had sunk several centimetres before the bridge was underpinned and repaired at that time to carry the newly built road through the wood from the Lodsworth to Lickfold road.
The Serpent Traillong distance path crosses the river here.
John Richman,"The Land of Lod".
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