River Rother :: Shared Description

The River Rother runs for 35 miles from Rotherfield, East Sussex, entering Kent after Bodiam where it follows the county border to Wittersham, where it rejoins East Sussex to the mouth at Rye.

There are two other River Rothers in Yorkshire and in Hampshire to West Sussex.
by Oast House Archive
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310 images use this description. Preview sample shown below:

TQ8327 : River Rother at Newenden by N Chadwick
TQ7825 : Bridge over River Rother by Oast House Archive
TQ7927 : Old Place, Church Road, Sandhurst by Oast House Archive
TQ9220 : Fishing Boats on the River Rother by Oast House Archive
TQ9220 : A259 over the River Rother (Monk Bretton Bridge) by N Chadwick
TQ7825 : River Rother upstream of Bodiam Bridge by N Chadwick
TQ7125 : A distributary of the River Rother by N Chadwick
TQ9220 : Mud Banks on the River Rother by Oast House Archive
TQ9025 : River Rother by Oast House Archive
TQ7423 : River Rother from the A21 by N Chadwick
TQ9125 : River Rother by N Chadwick
TQ7825 : River Rother & Bodiam Castle by Oast House Archive
TQ9025 : River Rother by N Chadwick
TQ9025 : River Rother by N Chadwick
TQ9220 : Mud Banks on the River Rother by Oast House Archive
TQ9025 : River Rother by N Chadwick
TQ9025 : Gates beside the River Rother by David Anstiss
TQ8427 : River Rother by David Anstiss
TQ9025 : Piloting the River Rother by David Anstiss
TQ8925 : Gate by River Rother by Oast House Archive
TQ9517 : Entrance to Rye Harbour by Oast House Archive
TQ9322 : Gate on Saxon Shore Way  by David Anstiss
TQ9419 : Flags and buoys on Rye Harbour fishing jetty by David Anstiss
TQ9319 : Footpath beside River Rother to Rye by David Anstiss
TQ8925 : River Rother by Oast House Archive

... and 285 more images.

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Created: Tue, 9 Mar 2010, Updated: Wed, 20 Jun 2012

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