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Smallhope Burn


Smallhope Burn is a small river in County Durham, which is a tributary of the River Browney, which eventualy feeds into the River Wear. Smallhope Burn is 20 km long, with a catchment area of 42.2 km2.[1] The burn flows through Lanchester, just before its confluence with the River Browney.

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Smallhope Burn from Source to Browney, Stocke

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B6296 descending to Lanchester

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Farmland, Smallhope Burn

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The Smallhope Burn, Lanchester

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Smallhope Burn

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Nichol's Bog

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Smallhope Burn

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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, ...
Lanchester
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Lanchester
- Overview About Lanchester Map Street View Lanchester in County Durham by the River Browney. During the Roman period Lanchester was the site of Longovicium (Roman fort) which was established in ...

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