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River Eamont

The River Eamont is formed by the outflow from Ullswater in the Lake District, later augmented by Dacre Beck from the west and the River Lowther which carries the water from Haweswater north to the Eamont at Penrith. It reaches the River Eden 3 miles east of Penrith (LinkExternal link Wikipedia).
by David Dixon

Created: Tue, 15 Apr 2014, Updated: Tue, 15 Apr 2014


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NY4724 : Pooley Bridge Reconstruction by M J Richardson
NY5128 : Skirgill Lane by N Chadwick
NY4624 : The River Eamont at Pooley Bridge by Michael Earnshaw
NY5228 : River Eamont by N Chadwick
NY4724 : Bailey Bridge at Pooley Bridge by M J Richardson
NY4624 : Pooley Bridge by M J Richardson
NY4624 : Crossing the Bailey Bridge at Pooley Bridge by David Purchase
NY5128 : River Eamont by N Chadwick
NY4624 : River Eamont from Pooley Bridge by David Dixon
NY5228 : Eamont Bridge by N Chadwick
NY5228 : River Eamont by N Chadwick
NY4624 : Pooley No-bridge! by David Purchase
NY4725 : River Eamont, Pooley Mill Ford by David Dixon
NY5228 : River Eamont by N Chadwick
NY4624 : Building the new Pooley Bridge by Michael Earnshaw
NY4624 : The new Pooley Bridge by David Purchase
NY4724 : Bailey Bridge over the River Eamont by M J Richardson
NY5228 : River Eamont by N Chadwick
NY4724 : The River Eamont by Michael Earnshaw
NY4624 : Building the new Pooley Bridge by Michael Earnshaw
NY4725 : The River Eamont by David Purchase
NY4624 : Ullswater by Michael Earnshaw
NY4624 : The new Pooley Bridge by Michael Earnshaw
NY4724 : River Eamont, Downstream from Pooley Bridge by David Dixon
NY4724 : Pooley Bridge, River Eamont by David Dixon

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