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Ray (Wiltshere)

Definition (,_Wiltshire)

The River Ray is a tributary of the River Thames in England which flows through Wiltshire. The river rises at Wroughton to the south of Swindon and runs to the west of the town via Shaw. It joins the Thames on the southern bank near Cricklade just upstream of Water Eaton House Bridge.

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