Category:River Tyne, Scotland

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English: The River Tyne, Scotland is a river in East Lothian, Scotland. It is formed by the confluence of the Tyne Water and Birns Water at Pencaitland and continues for about 30 miles in a north-easterly direction, emptying into the North Sea near Belhaven.

For the English river of the same name, see Category:River Tyne, England.

River Tyne 
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river in south-east Scotland
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Instance ofriver
LocationMidlothian, Scotland, UK
  • 48 kilometre
Mouth of the watercourse
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OSM relation ID: 7953903

56° 00′ 17.64″ N, 2° 36′ 06.48″ W

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