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Lewis Burn

Lewis Burn (sometimes called Lewisburn) is a small river in Northumberland which flows into Kielder Water, which discharges into the River North Tyne. Lewis Burn is about 15 km long and has a catchment area of 55 km2.[1Akenshaw Burn is a major tributary of Lewis Burn, it's confluence with Lewis Burn, which is known as "The Forks".

River North Tyne Kielder Water & Forest Park Akenshaw Burn
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Lewis Burn near the Forks

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Lewis Burn near The Forks

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The Lewisburn above the Forks

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Kielder Water & Forest Park
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Kielder Water & Forest Park
- Overview About Kielder Water About Kielder Forest Map Street View Kielder Water is a resevoir in Northumberland, which is the largest artificial lake in the UK by water capacity. It ...
Overall classification for 2016 Moderate Lewis Burn from Source to N Tyne (Kielder)

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