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The River Thames is a river that flows through southern England. It is the longest river entirely in England and the second longest in the United Kingdom, after ...

Facts about the River Thames - Woodlands Junior School

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A pictorial guide to the River Thames. The Thames has been featured in many ... Width The width of the Thames also increases the further downstream you go.

No, the Thames is not too wide to build new river crossings in east ...

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Nov 23, 2015 ... (There's also a Lower Thames Crossing proposed east of Dartford, ... In some ways, simply measuring the width of the river is a bit misleading.

Thames River Facts - Soft Schools

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The land along the River Thames is mostly made up of rolling hills and farmland, until it reaches urbanized areas such as London. The width of the River ...

BBC - London - History - The River Thames - the facts

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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 ...

About the Thames - The River Thames Guide

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Downstream of Teddington (a derivative of Tide-end-town) the River Thames ..... reducing the width of the Thames and improving the depth and speed of flow of ...

The river Thames: Part 1 of 3 | British History Online

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Our discourse, therefore, will be only of the Thames at and near London; and for ..... The width of the river at Waterloo Bridge was 1,326 feet at high water before ...

River Thames - ENG 128 Placing the Stage - Sites - Google

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The River Thames is the largest and most used river in southern England, with a ... Its geographic location, depth, width, and current all enabled relatively easy ...

The Thames from London to Oxford in the 1850s, in pictures ...

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Apr 8, 2015 ... ... they were taken. The historic shots formed the first documented collection of the River Thames and were taken in the 1850s by Victor Prout.

River Thames will join Google Street View - Telegraph

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Oct 28, 2013 ... Google Street View has mapped out 360 degree views of the River Thames for the first time.

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What is the width of the River Thames - Answers.com

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The width of the river Thames averages around 18 meters near the rise or start. The width of the river Thames increases the further downstream you go.

River Thames | Article about River Thames by The Free Dictionary

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Find out information about River Thames. river, c.160 mi long, rising NW of Woodstock, ... The width of the Thames within the city limits of London is 200–250 m.

Facts about the River Thames & useful information - River Thames

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Learn about the longest river in England with its 45 locks and areas of outstanding natural beauty. Hire a boat, find somewhere to stay and enjoy all the  ...