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Trout Beck (Cairn Beck)

Trout Beck is a small river in Cumbria, it joins Cairn Beck shortly before discharging into the River Eden. Trout beck gives it's name to the hamlet of Troutbeck and flows near Fenton. Trout Beck joins Cairn Beck then the River Eden near Small Corby and Warwick Bridge. The catchment area of Trout Beck is 6.2 km long and covers an area of 10.7 km2.[1]

Note: there are several becks with the same name (there at least 3 Trout Becks in Cumbria!).

Cairn Beck Troutbeck, Eden
Trout Beck (Cairn Beck)

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Troutbeck, Eden
- Overview About Troutbeck Map Street View   Troutbeck is a hamlet within Cumbria, England, a few miles to the west of Penrith. It was previously in the county of Cumberland. …


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