River Great Ouse :: Shared Description

The River Great Ouse is the longest of several British rivers called "Ouse". At about 143 miles, it is the fifth longest river in the UK. From Syresham in Northamptonshire, the Great Ouse through Buckinghanshire , Bedfordshire,Cambridgeshire, and eventually reaching Denver Sluice, from here, past Downham Market until it enters The Wash at King's Lynn it is tidal.
by Adrian S Pye
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TF5914 : Bridge across the Great Ouse by Adrian S Pye
TF5914 : River Great Ouse from the bridge on Eau Brink Road by Adrian S Pye
TL3874 : River Great Ouse at Earith, just before the sluice (right) by Adrian S Pye

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Created: Tue, 6 Apr 2021, Updated: Tue, 6 Apr 2021

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