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Geographical Term Details

Red River (north west Cornwall)

Definition (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Red_River_%28Koner%29)

The Red River (Cornish: Dowr Koner) is a small river in north-west Cornwall, UK which issues into St Ives Bay at Godrevy on Cornwall's Atlantic coast. The Red River is approx 8 miles (13 kilometres) long and gets its name from the mineral deposits associated with tin mining which formerly coloured its water red. The river's gradient is relatively steep; it falls 170 metres from source to sea.

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N/AN/ASt Ives (Cornwall)

Geographical FeatureIs Geographical Feature of
N/ACornwall

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Approved Date
30-Aug-2014

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