River Dee :: Shared Description

The River Dee (Afon Dyfrdwy) is a 70 mile long river. It travels through Wales and England and also forms part of the border between the two countries.
The river rises in Snowdonia, flows east via Chester, and discharges to the sea into an estuary between Wales and the Wirral Peninsula in England.

by N Chadwick
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15 images use this description:

SJ1481 : Mostyn Viewport overlooking the Dee Estuary by Mat Fascione
SJ1382 : Mudflat, Ffynnongroyw by N Chadwick
SJ2841 : River Dee and viaduct, Ty Mawr Country Park, Wrexham by Robin Drayton
SJ1481 : Mudflats, Dee Estuary by N Chadwick
SJ0643 : River Dee by N Chadwick
SJ1482 : Footbridge to the beach at Ffynnongroyw by Mat Fascione
SJ1581 : Dee Estuary near Mostyn by N Chadwick
SJ2142 : Llangollen Station by Richard Croft
SJ2142 : River Dee by Richard Croft
SJ1481 : Dee Estuary by N Chadwick
SJ3965 : River Dee by N Chadwick
SJ2841 : River Dee by N Chadwick
SJ1482 : Mudflat, Ffynnongroyw by N Chadwick
SJ1481 : Dee Estuary by N Chadwick


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Created: Sat, 13 Oct 2012, Updated: Sat, 13 Oct 2012

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