Tributaries of the River Severn
|Sat, 23 Feb 2008 23:58
|This gallery shows a representative collection of photographs taken by Geograph contributors for the tributaries of the River Severn.
The first post gives an overview of the tributaries from the source in Wales to the Bristol Channel and further posts give a collection of photographs for the individual tributaries including their tributaries.
See also the articles for a photographic record of the River Severn from source to sea :
|Fri, 7 Mar 2008 21:37
|The tributaries of the Rivern Severn
The Afon Clywedog joins the Severn at Llanidloes
The Afon Cerist with its tributary Afon Trannon joins the Severn upstream of Caersws
The Afon Carno joins the Severn upstream of Caersws
The Manchrig Brook joins the Severn at Caersws
The Mochdre Brook joins the Severn upstream of Newtown
The Bechan Brook joins the Severn at Aberbechan
The River Mule joins the Severn at Abermule
The River Rhiw joins the Severn below Berriew
The River Camlad with its tributary the Caebrita joins the Severn at Montgomery
The Lledan Brook with its tributaries Nant y Caws Brook and Cefn Yspin Brook joins the Severn near Welshpool.
The River Vyrnwy with its tributaries the River Banwy, River Morda and River Tanat joins the Severn at Melverley, Shropshire.
The River Perry joins the Severn at Montford Bridge.
The Rea Brook with its tributaries the Weston, Worthen and Workhouse Brooks joins the Severn at Shrewsbury.
The River Tern with its tributaries the River Roden, River Meese and River Strine joins the Severn at Attingham Park.
The Cound Brook joins the Severn at Eyton on Severn
The Sheinton Brook joins the Severn at Sheinton
The Dean Brook joins the Severn near Hifnal
The River Worfe joins the Severn above Bridgnorth.
The Mor Brookwith its tributary the Tiddle Brook rises south of Much Wenlock and joins the Severn at Crateford.
The Borle Brook joins the Severn at Arley
The Dowles Brook joins the Severn above Kidderminster
The River Stour with its tributary the Smestow Brook joins the Severn at Stourport-on-Severn.
The River Salwarpe joins the Severn above Worcester
The River Teme with its tributaries the River Clun, River Onny, River Corve and River Rea joins the Severn downstream of Worcester.
The Warwickshire Avon with its tributaries the Bow Brook, River Isbourne, River Arrow, River Dene, River Leam and River Sowe joins the Severn at Tewkesbury.
The River Chelt joins the River Severn at Wainlode
The River Leadon joins the Severn at Over
The River Frome joins the Severn at Upper Framilode
The Little Avon joins the Severn at Berkeley Pill
The River Wye with its tributary the River Lugg joins the Severn at Chepstow.
The Bristol Avon flows into the Severn through the Avon Gorge.
The River Usk flows into the Severn estuary just south of Newport.
|Sun, 16 Mar 2008 11:24
|River Teme (from the Ichryn source near Offa’s Dyke to Powick Bridge, Worcester)
Flowing along the England/Wales border,
Little Hereford, Burford, Stanford, Knightsford,
Worcester and the historic Civil War battlefield.
|Tue, 18 Mar 2008 21:40
| Rea Brook and tributaries from Marton Pool to join the River Severn at Shrewsbury
Worthen Brook and Workhouse Brook
|Tue, 25 Mar 2008 20:18
| River Corve, (Tributary of the River Teme) from Bourton in Corvedale to Ludlow, Shropshire
Brockton, Shipton, Hungerford Mill, Beambridge, Lawton, Great Sutton,
Stanton Lacy and to join the River Teme at Ludlow
Burway Bridge at Ludlow was washed away in the storms in summer 2007
Tributaries of the River Corve
Brockton Brook rising on Wenlock Edge and flowing through Cottage Pool
Tugford Brook rising at Five Springs on the Brown Clee and other tributaries
Pye Brook with a tributary Clee Brook rising near Clee St Margaret
|Thu, 27 Mar 2008 21:16
|Rea Brook and River Rea (Tributary of the River Teme) from the northern slopes of Brown Clee, Shropshire to join the River Teme at Newnham Bridge, Worcestershire
|Fri, 28 Mar 2008 22:27
|Borle Brook from Upton Cressett, Shropshire joining the River Severn at Arley
|Sat, 12 Apr 2008 10:22
|River Stour (Tributary of the River Severn) from the source at Clent to Stourport
The source is at St Kenelm’s Well high on the Clent Hills.
The river enters the southern edge of the Black Country passing through Halesowen,
Cradley, Lye and Stourbridge to emerge into the countryside at Stourton:
at Prestwood the river is joined by the Smestow Brook (rising in Wolverhampton) and runs alongside the Staffs & Worcs canal for the remainder of its course.
Downstream of the Stewponey the river flows past Kinver,
Caunsall, Cookley and Wolverley
to enter industrial Kidderminster, home of the carpet industry. behind Mill Street.
The water from the river was used in the mill processes and to take away the waste from the bleaching and colouring. The river splits into various separate channels including the Back Brook. Water was pumped from underground aquifers with the waste discharged into the river.
South of Kidderminster the river is joined by the Hoo Brook
and continues through Wilden to Stourport
and the confluence with the River Severn
|Mon, 14 Apr 2008 21:09
|Wom Brook and its tributary the Penn Brook (Tributary of the Smestow Brook)
The Penn Brook rises in the Colton Hills on the southern edge of Wolverhampton before crossing Penn Common
approaching Wombourne it becomes the Wom Brook
leaving by way of the ford at Giggetty and confluence with the Merryhill Brook
to join the Smestow Brook.
The Wom Brook is one of the small streams that powered the early industrial revolution. Water power was used in the forges at Wombourne for nail making.
The Merryhill Brook rises on the high ground at Merryhill, Wolverhampton flowing west toward Lower Penn then south passing beneath the Staffs and Worcs Canal to join the Wom Brook at Giggetty.
|Wed, 16 Apr 2008 20:42
|River Worfe (and its main tributaries the Wesley Brook rising in Telford and Cosford Brook rising near Albrighton) to Bridgnorth
The Wesley Brook rises near St George's , Oakengates on the west side of Telford before flowing into the 'balancing' Priorslee Lake
leaving Telford it flows through Shifnal
past Evelith Mill.
The River Worfe flows through countryside to Higford
joined on the way by the Cosford Brook
and the Mad Brook
to join the Severn upstream of Bridgnorth.