River Meavy :: Shared Description

The River Meavy is in the southwest part of Dartmoor in Devon. It connects Burrator Reservoir to the River Plym. The river is 16 kilometres long, and flows in a generally south-westerly direction throughout its course.It rises at Meavy Head, close to Princetown, and flows across Walkhampton Common, through Norsworthy Plantation, and into Burrator Reservoir. It leaves the reservoir, and flows past the village of Meavy before joining the River Plym at the upper end of Bickleigh Vale. The entire river is inside Dartmoor National Park.
by N Chadwick
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SX5367 : River Meavy by N Chadwick
SX5367 : River Meavy by N Chadwick
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SX5367 : Aqueduct, Meavy by N Chadwick
SX5265 : River Meavy through trees by N Chadwick
SX5264 : River Meavy by N Chadwick
SX5367 : River Meavy by N Chadwick
SX5265 : River Meavy by N Chadwick
SX5367 : River Meavy by N Chadwick
SX5265 : River Meavy by N Chadwick
SX5367 : Lower Meavy Bridge by N Chadwick
SX5367 : River Meavy by N Chadwick
SX5264 : River Meavy by N Chadwick


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Created: Sat, 16 Jun 2018, Updated: Sat, 16 Jun 2018

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