See below is a river in the east of england that rises from three sources in northamptonshire. Nene valley map home news filter byallfishing cafes garden centres self catering afternoon tea boating guide markers retail rainy days gardens churches pubs and restaurants walks food producers villages historic curiosities arts and culture hotels museums glamping sites attractions farmers markets reserves caravan sites peterborough camp sites towns b bs get directions for driving walking.
River nene regional park projects and locations from 2004 2011 map 2 educational and community project locations 875kb map 1 overview 2004 2011 map rnrp gi framework location maps.
Nene river map. The river nene main river is a small river and is part of the river nene. The tidal river is about 100 miles 160 km long about 3 7 miles 6 0 km of which forms the border between cambridgeshire and norfolk. Our boating section also contains useful resources for boaters including an interactive river map photograph by daniel hauck.
Our most comprehensive map of the nene valley including cycle routes and directions. The middle level navigations connect to the nene at stanground lock along a short arm from the river just outside in. You are already saving 25 when buying a set of three maps compared to buying them seperately and you can save a further 10 when you buy a set of three nene ml go maps and dvds together.
Pronounced nen or nin depending where you re from the river nene is a large river in the centre east of england. Photograph by daniel hauck. It runs for 66 miles through 38 locks from dog in a doublet lock no 38 where it joins the river nene tidal section to northampton railway bridge which is a dead end.
Set of 3 downloadable cruising maps for river nene middle level navigations river great ouse and tributaries in memory map qct format. From source to sea the river measures around 100 miles and is the 10th longest river in the uk. The river nene is an important regional navigation linking the grand union canal to the river great ouse via the middle level.
Originally a commercial navigation it is now used almost entirely for recreation. The river nene ˈnɛn or ˈniːn. Peterborough 31 miles inland was the tidal limit until the lock and sluice were built at dog in a doublet in 1937 a further five miles towards the sea.
The navigable river is 88 miles 142 km long and has 38 locks. Downloadable maps for navigating the nene valley area.