River Severn

The River Severn And Severn Estuary, Lots of interesting facts including.

River Severn Information

The River Severn is the longest river in Great Britain, it is 220 miles long. The river becomes tidal close to Maisemore, on the West Channel just north of Gloucester, and at Llanthony Weir on the East Channel. The tidal river downstream from Gloucester is sometimes referred to as the Severn Estuary. Wikipedia

Looking upstream of Bullo Pill

Walk In Bullo Pill Gloucestershire – Along River Severn

This is a photo collection on my walk along The River Severn in Bullo Pill Gloucestershire. Walking from A48 through railway bridge past the dock yard up to “Box Grove Woods” Bullo Pill Docks – Now in use by local marine contractors but up until approx 1930 formerly an important export dock for coal mined …

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Severn Bore – February & March 2015 Great months To Watch The Bore

2015 A Great Year To Watch The Severn Bore. The Severn bore is a wave caused by the tide funnelling water upstream on the river Severn, this eventually produces a wave called the bore.  More about the bore… My Severn Bore Videos 20th February 2015 Photos From 20th February 2015 Dates I’m looking forward to… I …

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