River Font


The Font is a river in Northumberland which flows from Fontburn Reservoir and past Netherwitton. It is a tributary to the River Wansbeck, which it joins at Mitford.

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Fontburn Reservoir, western end near Harwood Forest

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Fontburn Reservoir

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Fontburn Reservoir, Northumberland

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Fontburn water treatment works

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River Font at Combhill Bridge

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Flaggy Ford

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River Font above Netherwitton

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River Font

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Shelly Bridge

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River Font

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Ford at Longshaws Mill

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Footbridge over the River Font

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Ford across the River Font

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River Wansbeck
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River Wansbeck
- Overview About the River Wansbeck The Wansbeck is a river in Northumberland, which rises above Sweethope Lough on the edge of Forelaws Forest and discharges into the North Sea at ...
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River level - River Font at Nunnykirk

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Mitford Bridge, over the River Font
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Mitford Bridge, over the River Font
Railway Viaduct over River Font
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Railway Viaduct over River Font
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Confluence of Ewesley Burn and River Font

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