River Severn
The River Severn (Welsh: Afon Hafren, Latin: Sabrina) is the longest river in the United Kingdom, at about 220 miles (354 km), and the second longest in the British Isles, behind the River Shanno...
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Crossings of the River Severn
This is a list of crossings of the River Severn in Great Britain (including bridges, tunnels, ferries and fords), in order from source to mouth.The Severn has historically been a very important and bu...
Crossings of the River Severn - Wikipedia
Severn Estuary
The Severn Estuary (Welsh: Môr Hafren) is the estuary of the River Severn, the longest river in Great Britain. It is at the mouth of four major rivers being the Severn, Wye, Usk and Avon and other...
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Bristol Channel
The Bristol Channel (Welsh: Môr Hafren, meaning 'Severn Sea') is a major inlet in the island of Great Britain, separating South Wales from Devon and Somerset in South West England. It extends fro...
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Severn bore
The Severn bore is a tidal bore seen on the tidal reaches of the River Severn in England. It forms somewhat upstream of Sharpness, and can be seen as far upstream as Maisemore and on particularly hig...
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Ironbridge Gorge
Ironbridge Gorge shown within Shropshire (grid reference SJ672033)The Ironbridge Gorge is a deep gorge formed by the River Severn in Shropshire, England.Originally called the Severn Gorge, the gorge n...
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Mercia Inshore Search and Rescue
Mercia Inshore Search and Rescue (MISAR), also known as Mercia Rescue, is a water rescue team operating from the marina in Upton-upon-Severn, Worcestershire, England.Mercia Rescue is a registered char...
LMR 600 Gordon
Longmoor Military Railway number 600 Gordon is a preserved British steam locomotive. It was built during World War II to the War Department "Austerity" 2-10-0 design by the North British Locomotive C...
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Albert Edward Bridge
The Albert Edward Bridge is a railway bridge spanning the River Severn at Coalbrookdale in Shropshire, England.
Opened on 1 November 1864 and named after the Prince of Wales (later Edward VII), it...
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List of crossings of the River Severn
This is a list of crossings of the River Severn in Great Britain (including bridges, tunnels, ferries and fords), in order from source to mouth.The Severn has historically been a very important and bu...
List of crossings of the River Severn - Wikipedia
Bridgnorth railway station
Bridgnorth railway station is a station on the Severn Valley Railway heritage line, serving the Shropshire town of Bridgnorth, England. It is currently the northern terminus of the SVR, home to the ma...
Bridgnorth railway station - Wikipedia
Gloucester Harbour Trustees
The Gloucester Harbour Trustees are the Competent Harbour Authority (CHA) for the tidal part of the River Severn from the Gloucester weirs (Llanthony & Maisemore) down to just below the Second Sev...
Coombe Hill Canal
Coombe Hill Canal lies in the Vale of Gloucester, south west England, north of Leigh and runs west 2.75 miles (4.43 km) from Coombe Hill Basin to the River Severn near Wainlode Hill. It opened in...
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Bewdley railway station
2°18′22″W / 52.37528°N 2.30611°W / 52.37528; -2.30611Bewdley railway station serves the town of Bewdley in Worcestershire, England. Until 2014 it was the administrative headqu...
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Lynmouth
Lynmouth is a village in Devon, England, on the northern edge of Exmoor.The village straddles the confluence of the West Lyn and East Lyn rivers, in a gorge 700 feet (210 m) below Lynton, to whic...
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Aust Ferry
Aust Ferry or Beachley Ferry was a ferry service that operated across the River Severn between Aust and Beachley both in Gloucestershire, England. Before the Severn Bridge opened in 1966, it provided...
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Herefordshire and Gloucestershire Canal
The Herefordshire and Gloucestershire Canal (sometimes known as the Hereford and Gloucester Canal) is a canal in the west of England, which ran from Hereford to Gloucester, where it linked to the Rive...
Herefordshire and Gloucestershire Canal - Wikipedia
River Worfe
The River Worfe is a river in Shropshire, England. It rises at Crackleybank on Watling Street, just north of Shifnal. It then forms the boundary of that parish with Tong, Donington, and Albrighton. ...
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Hafren
Hafren was a legendary British princess who was drowned in the River Severn (Welsh: Hafren; Old Welsh: Habren) by her repudiated stepmother Gwendolen. The legend appears in Geoffrey of Monmout...
Underfall Yard
The Underfall Yard is a historic boatyard on Spike Island serving Bristol Harbour, the harbour in the city of Bristol, England.Underfall Yard was commonly referred to as "The Underfalls" and takes its...
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Lave net
A lave net is a type of fishing net used in river estuaries, particularly in the Severn Estuary in Wales and England to catch salmon. The lave net is a "Y" shaped structure consisting of two arms cal...
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Cardiff Docks
Cardiff Docks is a port in southern Cardiff, Wales. At its peak, the port was one of the largest dock systems in the world with a total quayage of almost 11 km (6.8 mi). Once the main port f...
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Worcester and Birmingham Canal
The Worcester and Birmingham Canal is a canal linking Birmingham and Worcester in England. It starts in Worcester, as an 'offshoot' of the River Severn (just after the river lock) and ends in Gas Str...
Worcester and Birmingham Canal - Wikipedia
Severnside
The geographical term Severnside refers to an area adjoining or straddling the River Severn or its estuary in Great Britain.The term is used by different organisations, in different contexts, to refer...
Buildwas Abbey
Buildwas Abbey shown within Shropshire(grid reference SJ642044)Buildwas Abbey is located along the banks of the River Severn in Buildwas, Shropshire, England, about two miles west of Ironbridge.
T...
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