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Carey Burn


Carey Burn is a small river in Northumberland. It flows roughly eastwards for 9.8km (catchment area 21.6 km2)[1] before it joins Harthope Burn at Skirl Naked to form Coldgate Water (later downstream known as Wooler Water).

Wooler Water
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Deeply incised valley of the Carey Burn

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Weir on the Carey Burn

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Waterfall above Carey Burn

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Beside the Carey Burn

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Careyburn Linn from below

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Careyburn Linn after a few days of rain

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Carey Burn

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Carey Burn

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Old Bridge on the Carey Burn

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Carey Burn Bridge

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Carey Burn Bridge

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Confluence of Carey Burn and Harthope Burn

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Wooler Water from Source to Harthope Burn

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