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Duddo Burn


A tributary of the River Blyth in Northumberland. The burn is 5.2 km long, with a catchment area of 11.4 km2.[1]

River Blyth Shilvington Burn
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Duddo Burn

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Bridge over Duddo Burn

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Duddo Burn

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Land drain flowing into Duddo Beck

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Footbridge Beside Duddo Beck

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Looking downstream along Duddo Burn

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Duddo Burn from Source to Blyth Water Body

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Simon Cotterill

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