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English: Confluence of Rivers Thames and Brent The motorised barge is heading up the River Brent. From this point as far as Hanwell the Brent has been canalised and shares its course with the main line of the Grand Union Canal. From Hanwell the Brent can be traced to various sources in the Barnet area.
Date 13 August 2008
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Author David Kemp

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51° 28′ 58.96″ N, 0° 18′ 0.09″ W

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