This list may not reflect recent changes (). Each of them has something special to offer. Here are the finest 20 England rivers for you to explore, from the grandeur of the River Thames to the peaceful upland rivers of Yorkshire (and more). Rivers of the Falkland Islands; List of rivers of Montserrat; Last edited on 1 January 2020, at 23:55. There are many rivers in the UK, here are just a few of the larger ones, The River Severn, The Thames, The Mersey, The Tyne, The Clyde, The Trent. Pages in category "Rivers of West Sussex" The following 11 pages are in this category, out of 11 total. The River Dee in Wales - Afon Dyfrdwy - is a sixty eight mile long river which starts life at Llanuwchllyn in Snowdonia. It passes through many towns of heavy manufacturing history and was once amongst the most lifeless of British rivers. Content is available under CC BY-SA 3.0 unless otherwise noted. Longest rivers of the United Kingdom; Overseas territories. Image courtesy of AKKE, wikimedia commons . The Connecticut River Valley is one of the most fertile areas of the state and the whole of the northeastern United States. Thus the River Ure and River Ouse can be counted as one river system or as two rivers. There seems to be little consensus in published sources as to the lengths of rivers, nor much agreement as to what constitutes a river. The Headwaters of the River The Connecticut River is the longest river in New England. The river and most of its tributaries emanate from the Clent Hills and follows a 25 mile route through Worcestershire and Staffordshire to join the Severn River. The river is one of many in London that was converted into a sewer as the capital's population grew. River Lark ( 1 2 3) (Preview) It is somewhat difficult to trace the source of The Lark but checking on the Ordnance Survey maps it would appear to start somewhere near Bradfield St. George, by Rushbrooke, through Bury St. Edmunds, via the Fornhams, through West … River Tyne, river in northern England, flowing for 62 miles (100 km) into the North Sea below Newcastle upon Tyne.It is formed near Hexham by the confluence of the North Tyne, with its tributary the Rede, and the South Tyne. For details of rivers of the United Kingdom, see List of rivers of England; List of rivers of Northern Ireland; List of rivers of Scotland; List of rivers of Wales This page was last changed on 28 July 2013, at 21:24. The river also supported and continues to support many native groups, including the Pequot, Mattabesset, and Mohegan peoples.