River Trent - The Staffordshire Trent

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Wychnor Bridges to Burton-on-Trent



Amongst the gravel pits east of the A38 bridges the river is joined by its third major tributary, the River Tame. The River Tame rises on the northern edge of Wolverhampton, flowing through the Black Country and Birmingham before turning north to meet the River Trent.

SK2016 : River Trent by Michael Patterson SK2117 : Blue Waters by cris sloan SK2119 : Flooded Pasturelands by Chris Eaton SK2521 : Ferry Bridge, Burton upon Trent by Ralph Rawlinson
SK2522 : St. Peter's Bridge, Stapenhill by John Beresford SK2522 : Bass Water Tower, Burton on Trent by John Beresford SK2523 : Weir on the River Trent by Angella Streluk SK2523 : Trent Bridge and River Trent, Burton on Trent by John Beresford

Burton-on-Trent with its breweries is the limit of navigation on the river.

Burton-on-Trent to the Derbyshire Border


SK2624 : Burton Flour Mill, Winshill by John Beresford SK2726 : Mouth of the Dove (1) by Phil Myott SK2726 : Mouth of the Dove (2) by Phil Myott

North of Burton-on-Trent the river is joined by its fourth major tributary, the River Dove. The River Dove drains the 'White Peak' limestone area of Derbyshire with tributaries the Churnet, Hamps and Manifold.
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