Thames Head is a site in Gloucestershire, traditionally identified as the source of
the River Thames, a major river which runs through the centre of London.
The source of the River Thames. Thames Head. Height above sea level: 108.5
metres (356 feet) Click to see a map of this area. Use the aerial photograph ...
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Mar 23, 2009 ... The start of a 200-mile journey from the source of the River Thames in the
Cotswolds, through London, to where it meets the North Sea.
Brief Introduction. The River Thames is the second longest river in Great Britain
flowing for 215 miles(346km)from Thames Head near Cirencester(Glos) to the ...
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... The Thames Path follows the river for 296km (184 miles) from its source, ...
The River Thames in England from source to sea. The River Thames seeps out of
the earth in a Gloucestershire field near Cirencester. Two hundred and fifteen ...
The River Thames flows from the source at Thames Head near the hamlet of
Kemble into eastern direction and ends after 229 miles in the North Sea near ...
The River Thames begins in southern central England in the Costswolds, less
than a ... Learn more about Bodies of Water. Sources: thamesriverstrust.org.uk.
The River Thames flows through London, measuring 215 miles long. The river's
source is at the Cotswolds Hill in Thameshead, and it empties into the Atlantic ...
A large part of southern England drains into the River Thames. Its most distant
sources are found in Gloucestershire, along the western edge of the Cotswold ...