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Teddington, England

Teddington is a place in London, England in the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames. The town is noticeable for having the longest lock on the River Thames. It is also marks the upstream limit of tides. The name 'Teddington' doesn't derive from 'Tide's End Town' but from an Old English tribal leader.

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