Wreigh Burn


Wreigh Burn is a small river in Northumberland, which is a tributary of the River Coquet. Wreigh Burn forms with the confluence of Netherton Burn and Scrainwood Burn, near Netherton. It flows roughly south-easterly to join the River Coquet at Thropton. Thropton Bridge over the Wreigh was built in 1810 and is Grade II listed. Wreigh Burn (from Netherton Burn to the River Coquet) is 10.4 km long with a catchment area of 14.8 km2.[1]

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Confluence of Netherton Burn and Scrainwood Burn

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Wreigh Burn

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Ford through Wreigh Burn, near Snitter Windyside

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Wreigh Burn

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Wreigh Burn

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The Wreigh Burn

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Ford at Snitter Windyside

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Ford at Low Trewhitt

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Road Bridge over the Wreigh Burn

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Confluence of the Wreigh Burn and the River Coquet

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Wreigh Burn from Source to Netherton Burn

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Wreigh Burn from Netherton Burn to Coquet

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