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What are the main rivers in Great Britain?
The Severn, its longest river, is just 338 km in length, beginning in Wales and entering the Atlantic Ocean near Bristol in England. Other major rivers include the Thames, which flows through Oxford and London, and the Trent and Mersey rivers, which drain rainfall from large areas of central England.
What is the only river in England?
|Etymology||Proto-Celtic *tamēssa, possibly meaning “dark”|
|Country||United Kingdom (England)|
|Counties||Gloucestershire, Wiltshire, Oxfordshire, Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, Surrey, London, Kent, Essex|
What are the rivers called in the UK?
|The Longest Rivers in the UK|
Are there any rivers that enter the Irish Sea from England?
In the case of the rivers which straddle the borders with Scotland and Wales, such as the Border Esk, Tweed, Dee, Severn and Wye, only those tributaries which lie at least partly in England are included. This section includes all rivers entering the Irish Sea from England between the Scottish border and the Welsh border.
What are some of the major rivers in England?
Minor coastal catchments Abbey River (MS) Marsland Water (MS) The Tidna (MS) River Neet (MS) River Strat (upper reaches) Wanson Water (MS) Millook Water (MS) River Valency (MS) River Jordan Trevillet River (MS)
Which is a tributary of the River Wye in England?
Only those tributaries of the River Wye which flow wholly or partly in England are listed here – for a complete list of the rivers and watercourses of the Wye catchment and for other rivers entering the Bristol Channel from Wales see List of rivers of Wales . All further upstream tributaries of the Wye are wholly in Wales.
Which is River forms the boundary between England and Wales?
The lowermost Wye forms the boundary between England and Wales. Only those tributaries of the River Wye which flow wholly or partly in England are listed here – for a complete list of the rivers and watercourses of the Wye catchment and for other rivers entering the Bristol Channel from Wales see List of rivers of Wales .