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Pan Burn (stream)


Pan Burn is a stream in County Durham, which is a tributary of the River Browney. The burn is 6 km long and has a catchment area of 11.7 km2.[1]

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Winter trees along the Pan Burn

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Public footpath close to Pan Burn

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The Pan Burn

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Old tree

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Pan Bridge

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Valley of the Pan Burn

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Pan Burn Catchment (Trib of River Browney)

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River Browney
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River Browney
- Overview About The River Browney The Browney is a river in County Durham and is the largest tributary of the River Wear. It arises from a spring on Skaylock Hill, ...

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