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Dick Brook

Dick Brook is small tributary stream of the River Severn that flows through Worcestershire, England. The brook is formed from two small unnamed streams that converge at Joan’s Hole to the west of Dunley. The longest of these streams drains the ar ...

                                               

Afon Dulas, Llanidloes

The Afon Dulas is a river in Powys, Wales. It is a headwater tributary of the River Severn, which it joins at Llanidloes opposite the confluence with the Afon Clywedog. Its principal tributary is the Afon Brochan. The total length of the Dulas an ...

                                               

Little Avon River

The Little Avon River is a small river partly in southern Gloucestershire and partly in South Gloucestershire. For much of its length it forms the boundary between the county of Gloucestershire and the unitary authority of South Gloucestershire. ...

                                               

Rea Brook

The name Rea Brook can refer to either of two brooks in Shropshire, England. One of the brooks, which eventually becomes the River Rea, is in southern Shropshire. It is to the east of Brown Clee Hill. The other is a minor river that begins at Mar ...

                                               

River Salwarpe

The River Salwarpe is a 20.4 miles long river in Worcestershire, England. It is a left bank tributary of the River Severn, which it joins near Hawford.

                                               

River Worfe

The River Worfe is a river in Shropshire, England. The name Worfe is said to derive from the Old English meaning to wander which the river is notable for in its middle section. Mapping indicates that the river begins at Cosford Bridge where the C ...

                                               

Stour (Worcestershire) catchment

                                               

Teme catchment

                                               

Tern catchment

                                               

Vyrnwy catchment

                                               

Warwickshire Avon catchment

                                               

Border Esk catchment

                                               

Nith catchment

                                               

River Ebble

The River Ebble is one of the five rivers of the English city of Salisbury. Rising at Alvediston to the west of the city, it joins the River Avon at Bodenham, near Nunton.

                                               

River Nadder

The River Nadder is a tributary of the Salisbury Avon, flowing in south Wiltshire, England. The river flows north from Ludwell to West End where it is joined by the Ferne Brook, close to the Lower Coombe and Ferne Brook Meadows site of special sc ...

                                               

River Wolf

The River Wolf is a minor river in the west of the county of Devon in England. Its name may come from a Celtic or earlier name recorded by the Roman map-maker Ptolemy as Ουολιβα as a town of the Dumnonii ; rather than referring to the wolf animal ...

                                               

River Deer

The root of the name is uncertain, since no early forms have been found in 1929 to 1931 Deer is used in Moores History of Devonshire. A suggested back-formation is from Derriton, perhaps supported by aqua de Dyraton from 1282 in the Assize Rolls.

                                               

River Tummel

The River Tummel is a river in Perth and Kinross, Scotland. Water from the Tummel is used in the Tummel hydro-electric power scheme, operated by SSE. As a tributary of the River Tay, the Tummel is included as part of the River Tay Special Area of ...

                                               

River Ardle

The River Ardle is a tributary of the River Ericht. It runs for 10 miles through Strathardle in Perthshire, Scotland. It is a salmon and trout river.

                                               

Pow of Inchaffray

The Pow of Inchaffray is a drainage ditch in Strathearn, Scotland. It is approximately 9 miles long and drains 3.2 square miles of fertile agricultural land. The Pow dates back to the Middle Ages and was dug on the orders of the canons of the nea ...

                                               

High Force

High Force is a waterfall on the River Tees, near Middleton-in-Teesdale, Teesdale, County Durham, England. The waterfall is within the North Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and European Geopark. The whole of the River Tees plunges 70 ...

                                               

Old Teign

                                               

Aller Brook

The Aller Brook is a stream that flows for 5.0 miles through Devon, England. It is a primary tributary of the River Teign, which it joins near Newton Abbot.

                                               

Arch Brook

                                               

North Teign River

                                               

South Teign River

                                               

Becka Brook

                                               

Liverton Brook

                                               

Langworthy Brook

                                               

Bartley Water

Bartley Water is a stream and river going through the New Forest district of Hampshire, England. It runs from Bartley to Eling where it becomes tidal and flows out into Southampton Water which goes to the Solent. The tidal part of the river but n ...

                                               

Bourne Rivulet

The Bourne Rivulet is a river in the English county of Hampshire. It is a tributary of the River Test. The Bourne Rivulet known simply as The Bourne locally is a seasonal chalk stream that rises and falls with the natural water table in the area. ...

                                               

Tanners Brook

Tanners Brook is an 8.5 km long river that rises in North Baddesley and flows to Southampton Water. The brooks name comes from a 19th-century tannery that stood close to where the river passed under Millbrook Road in Millbrook. The longest tribut ...

                                               

Abbey River

The Abbey River is a right-bank backwater of the River Thames in England, in Chertsey, Surrey - in the towns northern green and blue buffers. The L-shaped conduit adjoins mixed-use flood plain: water-meadows landscaped for a golf course, a motorw ...

                                               

Clewer Mill Stream

Clewer Mill Stream is a narrow twisting backwater of the River Thames near Windsor, Berkshire, England, which leaves the main river at Bush Ait and rejoins just above Queen Elizabeth Bridge. It is about 1.5 miles long. Clewer Mill Stream is named ...

                                               

Hennerton Backwater

Hennerton Backwater is a narrow backwater of the River Thames on the reach above Marsh Lock near the villages of Shiplake, Oxfordshire and Wargrave, Berkshire. Hennerton Backwater leaves the River Thames at the Unnamed Eyot, passing through Willo ...

                                               

River Ash, Surrey

The River Ash is a small, shallow river in Surrey, England and its course of 10 km or 6 miles is just outside Greater London. Work has been carried out to straighten, sluice control, dredge and hem in sections over centuries. It flows as one of t ...

                                               

Bill Meroy Creek

Bill Meroy Creek is a small waterway flowing into the Thames to the east of Tilbury Fort in West Tilbury which from 1851 marked the eastern boundary of the area in which duty had to be paid on coal entering London.

                                               

River Bourne, Addlestone

The River Bourne is the name given to a Thames tributary in northwest Surrey, England which has a longer tributary, the Windle Brook, that rises nears Bagshot Park in the south of Swinley Forest, Berkshire, merging with it while flowing through v ...

                                               

River Bourne, Chertsey

The River Bourne or the Chertsey Bourne is in Berkshire and Surrey; it runs from sources in Windsor Great Park and Swinley Forest through to the River Thames.

                                               

River Churn

The River Churn is the first tributary river of the River Thames. Approximately 25 kilometres long, it rises in the Cotswolds at Seven Springs, England and flows south, joining the Thames in Cricklade. Its length from source to confluence with th ...

                                               

River Cole, Wiltshire

The River Cole is a tributary of the River Thames in England which flows through Wiltshire and Oxfordshire, where it forms part of the border between the two counties. The river rises near Swindon at the springs which fed the old Wilts and Berks ...

                                               

Colne Brook

The Colne Brook is a river in England that is a distributary of the River Colne which runs from Uxbridge Moor, there forming the western border of Greater London, to the River Thames just below Bell Weir Lock in Hythe End, Wraysbury, Berkshire.

                                               

Mardyke (river)

The Mardyke is a small river, mainly in Thurrock, that flows into the River Thames at Purfleet, close to the Queen Elizabeth II Bridge. In part, it forms the boundary between the Essex hundreds of Barstable and Chafford. The river gives its name ...

                                               

River Mole

The River Mole is a tributary of the River Thames in southern England. It rises in West Sussex near Horsham and flows northwest through Surrey for 80 km to the Thames at East Molesey, opposite Hampton Court Palace. The river gives its name to the ...

                                               

River Pang

The River Pang is a small chalk stream river in the west of the English county of Berkshire, and a tributary of the River Thames. It runs for approximately 23 kilometres from its source near the village of Compton to its confluence with the Thame ...

                                               

The Rythe

The Rythe is a river or stream in north Surrey, England which is generally open and which is a natural woodland feature for approximately half of its course before being variously culverted and a suburban garden feature, passing between Thames Di ...

                                               

River Eye, Gloucestershire

The River Eye is a short river in the Cotswold District of Gloucestershire which flows for 7.6 kilometres through the villages of Upper Slaughter and Lower Slaughter. The river is home to brown trout.

                                               

Desborough Cut

The Desborough Cut is an artificial channel in the River Thames above Sunbury Lock near Walton on Thames in England. It was completed in 1935, to improve flow and ease navigation on the river. The cut was dug between 1930 and 1935, taking the riv ...

                                               

Fishermans Gat

Fishermans Gat is a channel in the Thames Estuary. The channel cuts across Long Sand and links Knock Deep to Black Deep. Fishermans Gat was opened up to shipping as a route though Long Sand, following the demise of North Edinburgh Channel as a bu ...

                                               

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