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Hummer Beck

Hummer Beck is a small river in County Durham, which is a tributary of the River Gaunless, which feeds into the River Wear. Hummer Beck is 6.2 km long and has a catchment area of 13.9 km2.[1] The beck gives its name to the small settlement of Hummerbeck, just south of West Auckland.

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Hummer Beck from Source to Gaunless

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River Gaunless
- Overview About the River Gaunless The Gaunless is a river in County Durham, which is a tributary of the River Wear. The river forms near Copley, by the confluence of Arn Gill …


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