River Don (Tyne and Wear)


The River Don is a tributary of the River Tyne. It rises near Wrekenton in Gateshead, flowing east for about 6 km, then heading north to join the River Tyne at Jarrow.

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View of the Old Jarrow bridge

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Jarrow Bridge over the River Don, Jarrow

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River Don walk - Don enters the Tyne. Jarrow. Final part

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River Don meets the River Tyne, 7th May 2006

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River Don, Boldon Colliery

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River Don at Boldon

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River Don, Primrose, Jarrow

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River Don (Near Monastery)

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Confluence of the Rivers Don and Tyne

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