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Lymington (Hampshire)

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The Lymington River is a small river in Hampshire, England, flowing through the New Forest into the Solent at the town of Lymington. The river has a total length of 22 kilometres (14 mi), although the initial part, north of Brockenhurst, is known as Highland Water. (Wikipedia)

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N/ALymington Estuary

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N/ANew Forest catchment

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Lymington River

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