Tributaries of the River Severn

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River Rhiw

from Carneddau SN9999 joining the River Severn east of Berriew

SN9999 : Wall and stream by Jonathan Wilkins SN9999 : Small stream by Jonathan Wilkins SJ0501 : Ford near Llanllugan by Oliver Dixon SJ0901 : River Rhiw | Afon Riw by Penny Mayes SJ0901 : Bridge over the Rhiw by Penny Mayes
SJ0900 : River Rhiw by James Allan SJ1402 : Ford on the Afon Rhiw by James Allan SJ1601 : Rhiw near Berriew by James Allan SJ1800 : River Rhiw upstream of Berriew by John M SJ1800 : Berriew, River Rhiw by Mike Faherty
SJ1800 : Berriew Bridge by Penny Mayes SJ1800 : Berriew Aqueduct, Powys by Ralph Rawlinson SJ1800 : Riverside House by John Firth SJ1800 : River Rhiw downstream of Berriew Aqueduct by John M
SJ1900 : Looking down the Rhiw by Penny Mayes SJ1900 : Dol-Las farm from River Rhiw by John Firth SJ1900 : River Rhiw upstream from the Severn by John Firth SJ1900 : Confluence of Rivers Rhiw and Severn by John Firth

The aqueduct at Berriew carries the Montgomery Canal.

River Camlad and its tributary the River Caebrita

The River Camlad rises in the Shropshire hills north of Bishops Castle and unusually flows from England into Wales. It is joined by the River Caebrita at Church Stoke and has its confluence with the River Severn near Montgomery.

SO2793 : River Camlad south of Church Stoke by John M SO2794 : River Camlad looking upstream by John M SO2794 : River Camlad looking downstream. by John M SO2796 : Marrington Dingle by Paul Beaman
SJ2700 : River Camlad upstream of Hockleton Bridge by John M SJ2700 : River Camlad downstream of Hockleton Bridge by John M SO2798 : River Camlad upstream at Whittery Bridge by John M SO2798 : Down Stream by Paul Beaman
SO2499 : Camlad from Shiregrove Bridge by Row17 SO2499 : River Camlad downstream of Shiregrove Bridge by John M SO2399 : River Camlad by Chris Heaton SO2399 : New footbridge over the Wales-England border by Tim Heaton
SO2399 : River Camlad Downstream by Chris Heaton SO2299 : River Camlad downstream of Salt Bridge by John M SO2199 : River Camlad upstream of Pont-Y-Gaer by John M
SO2199 : Flooded meadow by the Camlad by Penny Mayes SO2199 : Camlad from Pont-y-gaer by Penny Mayes SJ2100 : Gaer Mill by Penny Mayes

River Caebrita, tributary of the River Camlad
The River Caebrita flows east to meet the River Camlad at Church Stoke.

SO2090 : River Caebrita near Sarn by John M SO2492 : Bacheldre Mill by John M SO2492 : River Caebrita downstream of Bacheldre Mill by John M SO2593 : River Caebrita at Brompton Bridge by John M

Lledan Brook

with its tributaries the Nant y Caws Brook and Cefn Yspin Brook flows through Welshpool to join the River Severn near Pool Quay

SJ2107 : Confluence of two streams near Raven Square by Bill Boaden SJ2207 : Lledan Brook Aqueduct by Mr M Evison SJ2307 : Weir on Lledan Brook by Penny Mayes SJ2307 : Beside Lledan Brook by Penny Mayes SJ2307 : Footbridge over Lledan Brook by Penny Mayes SJ2307 : Looking down Lledan Brook by Penny Mayes


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