The River Stour :: Shared Description

The River Stour is about 25 miles (40 km) in length, it flows through the counties of Worcestershire, the West Midlands and Staffordshire.
The river rises in the north of Worcestershire in the Clent Hills, eventually joining the River Severn at Stourport.
by Mat Fascione
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19 images use this description:

SO8376 : The River Stour in Kidderminster town centre by Mat Fascione
SO8376 : Crown Lane bridge crossing the River Stour in Kidderminster by Mat Fascione
SO8273 : Disused lock at Pratt's Wharf by Mat Fascione
SO8885 : The River Stour at Wollaston by Mat Fascione
SO8376 : Restaurants and bars along the River Stour in Kidderminster by Mat Fascione
SO8278 : Footbridge across the River Stour by Mat Fascione
SO8279 : Blakeshall Lane in Wolverley by Mat Fascione
SO8885 : River Stour Aqueduct by Mat Fascione
SO8376 : Bridge across the River Stour in Kidderminster by Mat Fascione
SO8171 : River Stour in Stourport-on-Severn by Mat Fascione
SO8379 : Sheep next to the River Stour at Wolverley by Mat Fascione
SO8376 : River Stour in Kidderminster by Mat Fascione
SO8271 : The River Stour near Wyre Mill Farm by Mat Fascione
SO8273 : River Stour near Pratt's Wharf by Mat Fascione
SO8279 : The River Stour at Wolverley by Mat Fascione
SO8275 : River Stour next to the canal towpath by Mat Fascione
SO8274 : Silverwoods Way Bridge 10A crossing the River Stour by Mat Fascione
SO8376 : Tappeto Lounge in Kidderminster by Mat Fascione
SO8376 : River Stour in Kidderminster by Mat Fascione


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Created: Sun, 11 Dec 2016, Updated: Sun, 11 Dec 2016

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