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GUIDE TO THE RIVER DERWENT (County Durham) NAME OF RIVER: Derwent. WHERE IS IT?: The river runs from the outflow of Derwent reservoir in the North Pennines.
The River Derwent is a river that runs along the border between County Durham and Northumberland, in the north east of England. The name Derwent comes from the ...
Derwent Reservoir is a reservoir on the River Derwent, on the border between County Durham and Northumberland, in England. It is west of Consett.It is one of the ...
North West Durham. North West Durham includes the towns of Consett and Stanley and other places to the west of Chester-le-Street. From 1974 to 2009 up until the ...
Photograph of River Derwent, County Durham. Free Pictures - FreeFoto.com - Ref: 1008-30-0
Bridges On The River Derwent, including, Derwenthaugh, Swalwell, Rowlands Gill, Ebchester, Shotley Bridge, Allensford, Blanchland, footbridges, derwent reservoir ...
The 2016 annual general meeting of the Derwent Angling Association will be held on Saturday the 27th of February at the crown and cross swords public house Shotley ...
Superb guide for visitors to County Durham with lots of exciting things to do, interesting places to visit, and lots of beautiful photographs.
River Derwent - County Durham Print; Details Written by - Last ... Shotley Bridge Waterfall. Photos from Paul Williamson. Back to the River Derwent Guide.