River Teme :: Shared Description

The River Teme rises in Mid Wales and flows eastwards through Knighton and Ludlow, it then forms the Shropshire / Worcestershire border before joining the River Severn near Worcester. It is 81 miles long. Its entire length has been designated a SSSI.
by N Chadwick
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SO4173 : The River Teme and valley by N Chadwick
SO5074 : Dinham Bridge crossing the River Teme by Mat Fascione
SO7165 : The old Stanford Bridge by Mat Fascione
SO4172 : The Teme Valley near Leintwardine by N Chadwick
SO7361 : Ham Bridge by Mat Fascione
SO4073 : Leintwardine Bridge by Philip Halling
SO4173 : Leintwardine Fisheries (River Teme) by N Chadwick
SO5174 : Ludford Mill Weir (Horseshoe Weir) by N Chadwick
SO5174 : Horseshoe Weir (Ludford Mill Weir) by N Chadwick
SO5174 : Ludford Bridge crossing the River Teme in Ludlow by Mat Fascione
SO7165 : B4203 road bridge crossing the River Teme at Stanford Bridge by Mat Fascione
SO4372 : River Teme from Burrington Bridge by Stephen McKay
SO3772 : Trees by the River Teme by N Chadwick
SO5174 : River Teme: upstream from Ludford Bridge by N Chadwick
SO5074 : Dinham Bridge crossing the River Teme by Mat Fascione
SO4073 : River Teme downstream from Leintwardine Bridge by N Chadwick
SO4372 : River Teme upstream from Burrington Bridge by N Chadwick
SO6569 : The remains of Eastham Bridge by Alan Murray-Rust
SO5074 : Dinham Weir by N Chadwick
SO5174 : Horseshoe Weir by N Chadwick
SO4172 : Meander, River Teme by N Chadwick
SO5074 : Dinham Bridge by N Chadwick
SO3672 : River Teme by N Chadwick
SO7165 : The Old Corn Mill on the River Teme by Mat Fascione
SO5074 : Dinham Bridge crossing the River Teme by Mat Fascione

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Created: Wed, 12 Jan 2011, Updated: Wed, 12 Jan 2011

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