River Colne

There are several different rivers named River Colne, all in England:

  • River Colne, Essex — the river of Halstead, Colchester and Wivenhoe.
  • River Colne, Hertfordshire — tributary of the River Thames, flowing from south Hertfordshire to form the border of Buckinghamshire and Greater London with distributaries there and in Berkshire and Surrey.
  • River Colne, West Yorkshire — the river of Huddersfield and a tributary of the Calder.

The English canal network connects to the rivers in Hertfordshire and West Yorkshire.

Other articles related to "river colne, colne, river":

River Colne, Essex - Situation
... The banks of the Colne frequently incorporate Second World War pillboxes, particularly close to navigable crossings ... Cycle Network Route 51 roughly follows the course of the Colne ... a hard dirt path on the north levee of the river that passes the Hythe and the university all the way to Wivenhoe ...
Frays River
... Frays River is a river in England that branches off the River Colne at Uxbridge Moor and rejoins it at West Drayton ... The Frays River leaves the River Colne between Uxbridge and Denham, Buckinghamshire at Denham Weir ... It passes Cowley and Yiewsley where it is joined by the River Pinn ...
Grand Union Canal - Brentford To Braunston
... of the Grand Union Canal (Grand Junction Canal - Main Line) is at Brentford on the River Thames in west London, where the canal follows the engineered course of the River Brent ... Thames, administered by the Port of London Authority, and the River Brent/Grand Union Canal, administered by British Waterways ... From the Thames Lock, the canal and the River Brent are one and the same, and the waterway is semi-tidal until the double Gauging Lock (lock 100) at Brentford is reached ...
Colne (disambiguation) - Rivers
... River Colne, Essex, England River Colne, Hertfordshire, England River Colne, West Yorkshire, England ...

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