Ruins of Tower on Hardcastle Moor Built during the construction of underground tunnel that transports water from he reservoirs in Upper Nidderdale to Bradford, which makes this survey tower over 100 y…
Teesdale Way approaching Castle Hill The trail is following the River Tees to a small section of woodland that conceals Castle Hill, - part of the Darlington suburb of Blackwell.
|Title||River Tees at "The Meeting of the Waters" Taken from the point where the River Greta adds its considerable flow to the Tees - this looking upstream just before the Tees has benifitted from the extra fluids.|
|Photo's author||Chris Heaton User stats Author's photos|
|Source||Wikimedia Commons image|
|Date||03 Nov 2009 00:00:00|
|Original size||640 x 480|
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River Tees at "The Meeting of the Waters"
River Tees at "The Meeting of the Waters" Taken from the point where the River Greta adds its considerable flow to the Tees - this looking upstream just before the Tees has benifitted from the extra f…
River Tees Looking downstream.
"The Meeting of the Waters"
"The Meeting of the Waters" Where the River Greta joins the River Tees
River Greta Slack water just before the tumbled rocks at the Meeting of the Waters.
River Greta, Rokeby. The Greta tumbles down over limestone blocks on its way to join the Tees at 'the meeting of the waters', a spot once painted by Turner.
'Meeting of the Waters' The River Greta (foreground) joins the River Tees here.
The end of the Greta
The end of the Greta Although many canoeists get off the River Greta at Greta Bridge, the full trip follows the river down to the Meeting of the Waters and on down the River Tees. The sting in the tai…
Access Lane by Tees View Approaching a dwelling called Tees View. The access road continues on to cross the River Greta and climbs to Mortham Tower.
Access Lane by Tees View