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River Waveney

Description of River Waveney: This 25.7 mile river runs from Bungay the junction with the River Yare at Breydon Water. Only the 21.5 miles of tidal water, below Geldeston Lock, are currently navigable.

Waterway Group: This waterway is part of the Norfolk and Suffolk Broads

Navigation Authority: : Broads Authority, Dragonfly House 2 Gilders Way Norwich NR3 1UB : Telephone 01603 610734 : Fax 01603 756069 : Email broads@broads-authority.gov.uk :

Website: http://www.broads-authority.gov.uk/

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River Waveney: Table of distances

Miles

Locks

Navigable (N)

Grid ref

OS Map No

Bungay Slaithe

0

0

U

0

Wainford Mill Lock

0.6

1

U

TM350901

134

Ellingham Mill Lock

2

2

U

TM364916

134

Geldeston Lock

Shipmeadow Lock

4.3

3

U

TM389908

134

Beccles Town Bridge

7.4

3

N

TM420910

134

Stanley Brickyard Staithe

8.9

3

N

TM433925

134

Aldeby Staithe

10.1

3

N

TM447921

134

Worlingham Staithe

10.5

3

N

TM451915

134

Six mile Corner Reach

11.8

3

N

TM470916

134

Seven Mile Corner

12.6

3

N

TM479922

134

Carlton Share Mill

14.1

3

N

TM493927

134

Burgh St Peter Staithe

14.4

3

N

TM493934

134

Oulton Dyke Junction

Junction with Oulton Broad and Dyke Junction with Oulton Dyke leading to Oulton Broad

15.3

3

N

TM500943

134

Somerleyton Staithe

Somerleyton Dyke 100 yards South

18.3

3

N

TM475970

134

Haddiscoe Cut Junction

Junction with Haddiscoe (or New) Cut - Norfolk & Suffolk Broads Junction with the New, or Haddiscoe, Cut

20.1

3

N

TM456988

134

St Olaves Road Bridge

A143 Road

20.4

3

N

TM456994

134

Burgh Staithe

25.1

3

N

TG473039

134

River Yare Junction

Junction with River Yare Junction with the River Yare at the West end of Breydon Water

25.8

3

N

TG471052

134

NOTE: N and U in the Navigable column above indicates that the node is navigable or unnavigable. If a D appears here it means that navigation is difficult or restricted to smaller craft.

 

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