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Water reservoir

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A reservoir is used to store water. Reservoirs may be created in river valleys by the construction of a dam or may be built by excavation in the ground or by conventional construction techniques such as brickwork or cast concrete. (Wikipedia)

Preferred Units: N/A

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N/AAbberton Reservoir
Agden Reservoir
Banbury Reservoir
Belmont Reservoir
Belvide Reservoir
Burrator Reservoir
Castle Carrock Reservoir
Chapelhouse Reservoir
Chew Reservoir
Cropston Reservoir
Dingle Reservoir
Dowdeswell Reservoir
Draycote Water
Dubbs Reservoir
Eccup Reservoir
Eyebrook Reservoir
Kielder Water
Killington Reservoir
Over Water
Pennington Reservoir
Roadford Reservoir
Tamar Lakes
Thompson Water
Toft Newton Reservoir
Weir Wood Reservoir
Farmoor reservoir
Grafham Water
Pitsford Water
Queen Mary Reservoir
Colliford reservoir
Westworth Reservoir

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