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River Dee, Cumbria


The Dee is a river in Cumbria, which is a tributary of the River Rawthey.

River Rawthey Stonehouse Bridge, Dentdale Stone House, Upper Dentdale Dillicar, Cumbria Cowgill, Cumbria
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The River Dee, Dentdale

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Footbridge over the River Dee

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Dillicar, Cumbria
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Dillicar, Cumbria
- Overview Map Street View Dillcar Farm is located near the River Dee in Dentdale, Cumbria, about 1½ miles north-west of the village of Dent. Presumably, this was part of, or ...
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Dee - headwaters to conf Deepdale Beck

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Dee - conf Deepdale Bk to conf Rawthey

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Cowgill, Cumbria
- Overview Map Street View Cowgill is a distributed village in the South Lakeland District of Cumbria, located about 3½ miles east of the village of Dent and 7 miles south-east ...
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Stone House, Upper Dentdale
- Overview Map Street View Stone House (aka Stonehouse) is a settlement in the South Lakelands district of Cumbria, situated by the River Dee in Upper Dentdale. It is about 4 ...
Stonehouse Bridge, Dentdale
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Stonehouse Bridge, Dentdale
- Overview Map Street View Stonehouse Bridge is a road bridge over the River Dee at Stone House in Dentdale, Cumbria. The stone segmental arched bridge is thought to date from ...

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