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The River Medway is a river which flows for 70 miles (110 km) from the High Weald in Sussex, through Kent to the point where it enters the Thames Estuary. The river becoms tidal after Allington Lock.
Tributaries[change | change source]
The major tributaries of the medway are:
- River Eden
- River Bourne, known as the River Shode and River Busty
- River Teise, major sub tributary River Bewl.
- River Beult
- Loose Stream
- River Len
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References[change | change source]
- Arscott, David (2011). A Little Book of Sussex. Abingdon: The History Press Ltd.