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English: Hedon Clough and the BP Chemicals site at Salt End, East Riding of Yorkshire, England.
This waterway used to be navigable for nearly two miles up to the town of Hedon. Although nearly two miles inland, Hedon was a port long before Hull nearby was even established! The waterway has been filled in for a lot of its length, but there are ambitious plans to re-open it one day.
Date 6 March 2005
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53° 43′ 51.21″ N, 0° 14′ 7.93″ W

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