River Thames :: Shared Description

The River Thames rises at Thames Head in Gloucestershire on the slopes of the Cotswolds and flows generally eastward to its mouth near Southend in Essex. At 215 miles long it is one of the longest rivers in Britain. It is one of the most important rivers in Britain. LinkExternal link
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TQ2877 : View of River Thames from Chelsea Bridge by PAUL FARMER
TQ3080 : View across the Thames to Whitehall Steps and The Royal Air Force Memorial by N Chadwick
TQ0665 : Canadian Geese by the River Thames by Oast House Archive
TQ0566 : Swans and ducks by the River Thames by Oast House Archive
TQ3280 : The Shard and the Gherkin from the air by Thomas Nugent
TQ5278 : Squeeze Gate on National Cycle Network 13, Coldharbour Point by David Anstiss
TQ3380 : HMS Belfast by N Chadwick
SU9082 : River Thames, Boulter's Island by N Chadwick
TQ2177 : Rower on the Thames, Corney Reach by N Chadwick
SU8985 : River Thames by N Chadwick
TQ4479 : Steps on esplanade beside Iron Pier by David Anstiss
TQ4980 : Large flock of terns in the River Thames by David Anstiss
TQ1774 : Richmond bridge by Paul Gillett
TQ3679 : The glow on the River Thames by David Anstiss
TQ5179 : Large flock of seagulls, Erith Reach by David Anstiss
TQ1675 : The Mouth of the River Crane by N Chadwick
SU9875 : Albert Bridge, River Thames (Old Windsor) by David Dixon
TQ1771 : Large riverfront house, Teddington by N Chadwick
TQ1568 : Rowers on Thames near Hampton Court by Paul Gillett
TQ1768 : View of the River Thames by N Chadwick
TQ4781 : Three boats beside the River Thames by David Anstiss
TQ6977 : Sea Wall Path to Mucking Marshes by David Anstiss
SU9081 : Bridge Eyot by N Chadwick
TQ5080 : Footpath junction on the Thames Path near Crabtree Manorway North by David Anstiss
SP5006 : New Osney Mill by the River Thames by N Chadwick

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Created: Fri, 1 Oct 2010, Updated: Fri, 1 Oct 2010

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