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Otter Burn (river)


The Otter Burn is a small river in Northumberland, which is a tributary of the River Rede. The Otter Burn is 9 km long and has a catchment area of 17.6 km2.[1] The burn arises near Greymare Rigg and flows roughly southwards through Otterburn Camp, and joins the River Rede at the village of Otterburn.

River Rede Otterburn
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The Otter Burn

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Otter Burn

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Barracker Sike

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Looking across the Otter Burn

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Otter Burn Catchment (trib of Rede)

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