River Medway

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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.[1] The river becoms tidal after Allington Lock.

Tributaries[change | change source]

The major tributaries of the medway are:

Navigation[change | change source]

Until 1746 the river was impassable above Maidstone. The Environment Agency is the navigation authority.

References[change | change source]

  1. Arscott, David (2011). A Little Book of Sussex. Abingdon: The History Press Ltd.