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Rivers of NE England

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A list of Bridges, Tunnels and Crossings categorised by the Waterway they cross, within North East England (loosely the counties of Northumberland and County Durham)

River Aln

The source of this river is at Alnham in the Cheviot Hill. It flows through Nothumbria ro reach the sea near Alnmouth.

River Coquet

This river is formed by the merging of various short tributaries in the Cheviot Hills, Northumberland and flows via Rothbury to the sea at Amble

River Tees

Rises in Cumberland then flows jointly between Yorkshire and County Durham. Details will be found in the Yorkshire and the Humber Section.

River Tyne, Derwent and other Tributaries

The River Tyne is formed by the joining of the North & South Tyne Rivers (flowing from Keilder and Alston Moor respectively) at Hexham which then flow to the North Sea at Tyneside.The Derwent forms the border between County Durham and Northumberland reaching the Tyne almost at the sea.

River Wear

The River Wear rises near Wearhead, Durham and flows through that county plus the ceremonial county of Tyne & Wear to meet the sea at Sunderland




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