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The Thames has been featured in many books including 'Three Men in a Boat', '
Alice in Wonderland', 'The Wind in the Willows', and Dickens, in whose novels ...
Learn about the longest river in England with its 45 locks and areas of
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Facts. The Thames is England's longest river. The Thames flows through 16 cities
and key towns. The Thames rises in the Cotswolds Hill at Thameshead in the ...
May 28, 2014 ... The River Thames, for centuries it's been a much of a London landmark as any of
the city's man-made structures. A major trade route and ...
22 Delightfully Geeky Facts About The River Thames. Ready for a history lesson?
posted on Aug. 7, 2013, at 5:21 a.m.. Tabatha Leggett. BuzzFeed Staff, UK.
Oct 3, 2012 ... River Thames Fact File. Length: 346 km (215 miles). Source: Thames Head,
Gloucestershire (England). Mouth: Thames Estuary (North Sea) ...
The River Thames seeps out of the earth in a Gloucestershire field near
Cirencester. Two hundred and fifteen miles and six counties later, it is swallowed
by the ...
Mar 17, 2009 ... The River Thames is 215 miles long and has been an important trade route
throughout its history. Some people believe that the Romans may ...
Feb 17, 2014 ... In fact two thirds of London's drinking water actually comes from the Thames. At
one point there was a little less water though – in 1607 the river ...