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Elwick Burn

Elwick Burn is a small river in Northumberland, which is a tributary of Ross Low. Elwick Burn is formed at the confluence of Buckton Burn and County Burn, near Smeafield. The burn flows to the south of the settlement of Elwick before joining Ross Low near Budle Bay. Elwick Burn and its tributaries have a catchment area of 20.7 km2.[1]

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Elwick Burn near Easington Grange Mill

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Footbridge over the Elwick Burn

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Barley at Elwick

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Elwick Burn from Source to Ross Low

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