River Stour :: Shared Description

The river has four main tributaries, the Great Stour rises in Lenham and East Stour River from Sellindge, meeting at Ashford, when they turn into the Great Stour.

The Great Stour continues through Canterbury to Plucks Gutter where it meets two further tributaries, the River Wantsum and Little Stour to become the River Stour. The river continues across Ash Level through Sandwich and out to Pegwell Bay where it meets the North Sea.

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TR0042 : Great Stour by N Chadwick
TR3260 : Saxon Shore Way by the Great Stour by N Chadwick
TR2863 : Footbridge beside the River Stour by David Anstiss
TR3358 : River Stour and reeds by N Chadwick
TR0142 : East Stour by N Chadwick
TR1054 : Channel of the Great Stour by N Chadwick
TR0548 : Great Stour by N Chadwick
TR2863 : The River Stour by N Chadwick
TQ9645 : River Great Stour by N Chadwick
TR1457 : The Great Stour by N Chadwick
TR1860 : Reflections in the Great Stour by N Chadwick
TQ9645 : River Great Stour by N Chadwick
TR3260 : Reeds on the River Stour by Oast House Archive
TR2462 : Little Stour looking upstream by N Chadwick
TR0344 : Great Stour by N Chadwick
TR3458 : Reeds by the River Stour by N Chadwick
TR0753 : A28 Bridge over the Great Stour by N Chadwick
TR1759 : Bridge over the Great Stour, Fordwich by N Chadwick
TR1155 : Horton Gauging station by N Chadwick
TR1457 : Riverside gardens and Great Stour, Canterbury by N Chadwick
TR1859 : Great Stour by N Chadwick
TR1859 : The Great Stour at Fordwich by N Chadwick
TR3458 : Boats, River Stour by N Chadwick
TR2158 : Nargate St and Little Stour by N Chadwick
TR0142 : Great Stour by N Chadwick

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Created: Fri, 17 Sep 2010, Updated: Thu, 2 Feb 2012

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