On the 6th day of April 1933 His Majesty King George V. was graciously pleased to command that this lock opened on the 15th day of March by his son H.R.H. The Prince George, K.G. should thenceforth be known as The Prince George Lock. [full inscription unknown]

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by Shoreham Harbour Trustees on 06 April 1933

Colour: bronze

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