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River Lyne (Northumberland)


The River Lyne is a river in the south of Northumberland, flows roughly eastwards past the settlements of Tritlington, Ulgham and Ellington before discharging into the North Sea at Lynemouth. The river is 25 miles long and has a catchment area of 61.5 km2.[1]

Not to be confused with Lyne Water (a tributary of the River Tweed) or the River Lyne in Cumbria.

Rivers Ellington Lynemouth Ulgham Tritlington
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Ulgham Ford

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The River Lyne

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River Lyne, Tritlington

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Lyne from Source to Tidal Limit

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River Lyne

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Bridge over the River Lyne

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The River Lyne

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