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River Ouse (Yorkshire)

The River Ouse is formed by the junction of the River Ure and River Swale. The river flows south through York to its junction with the River Trent, where it becomes the Humber. Total length of the river is 52 miles (100 miles for the combined Ouse/Ure). The Ouse's tributaries (which includes the Derwent, Aire, Don, Wharfe, Rother, Nidd, Swale, Ure, and Foss) drains a large upland area of Northern England, including much of the Yorkshire Dales and North York Moors.
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by N Chadwick

Created: Tue, 5 Apr 2011, Updated: Tue, 5 Apr 2011


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SE6051 : Moorings above Skeldergate Bridge by Gerald England
SE6828 : Confluence of the Derwent and Ouse by DS Pugh
SE5944 : Naburn Weir by DS Pugh
SE6050 : River Ouse and Ice Cream Boat by DS Pugh
SE5951 : Ouse at Lendal Bridge by DS Pugh
SE5946 : Ouse at Naburn by DS Pugh
SE6050 : York Rescue Boat on the river by DS Pugh
SE6051 : Steps to Kings Staithe by DS Pugh
SE6051 : River Ouse and South Esplanade by DS Pugh
SE5952 : River Ouse from Scarborough Bridge by DS Pugh
SE6049 : Boats on the River Ouse by DS Pugh
SE5944 : River Ouse and Naburn Banqueting Hall by DS Pugh
SE6050 : Upstream along the Ouse by DS Pugh
SE6051 : Greylag near Ouse Bridge by DS Pugh
SE5951 : Along the Ouse by DS Pugh
SE5945 : Moorings along the River Ouse by DS Pugh
SE6051 : Lendal Bridge by DS Pugh
SE6051 : Flooding on King's Staith by DS Pugh
SE6051 : The Bonding Warehouse by DS Pugh
SE5737 : Cawood Swing Bridge by Chris Heaton
SE5952 : Towards Scarborough Bridge by DS Pugh
SE6051 : Upstream along the River Ouse by DS Pugh
SE5952 : Riverside path by DS Pugh
SE6051 : King's Staith from Queen's Staith Road by Alan Murray-Rust
SE5952 : Towards Scarborough Bridge by DS Pugh

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