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File:Devonport leat 2.jpg


Description This shows the Devoport leat on Dartmoor close to Nun's Cross Farm looking up stream. This leat is taken from the West Dart & Cowsic rivers and flowed by gravity to Devonport. The length is over 34km and the leat was in use from around the start of the 18th century.
Date created 9. April. 2007
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Author Own Herby talk thyme


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50° 30′ 39.40″ N, 3° 57′ 51.60″ W

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