• River Tamar - Wikipedia

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/River_Tamar The Tamar (/ ˈ t eɪ m ɑːr /; Cornish: Dowr Tamar) is a river in south west England, that forms most of the border between Devon (to the east) and Cornwall (to the west). The area is a World Heritage Site due to its historic mining activities.. The Tamar's source is less than 6 km (3.7 mi) from the north Cornish coast, but it flows southward and its course runs across the peninsula to the ...
  • River Tamar | river, England, United Kingdom | Britannica

    www.britannica.com/place/River-Tamar-England River Tamar, river in southwestern England, rising within 4 miles (6 km) of the Bristol Channel and flowing south to the English Channel by Plymouth Sound. For most of its length of 61 miles (98 km), it forms the historic boundary between the counties of Devon and Cornwall.Its estuary, like those of its lower tributaries, Tavy, Lynher, and Tiddy, is a barrier to east-west communications, which ...
  • river Tamar

    rivertamar.org The River Tamar is one of Britain’s most amazing and intriguing stretches of water. From its source to the sea it is an important habitat for wildlife, migratory birds and rare species. It is a Site of Special Scientific Interest. A Marine Conservation Zone. An Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
  • River Tamar Project - Envisioning the future of the river ...

    tamar.theatlantic.org The River Tamar Project is a programme of contemporary art and film, commissioning projects specifically in relation to the historic waterway that forms the border between Devon and Cornwall, in the South West of England
  • River Tamar - Wikishire

    wikishire.co.uk/wiki/River_Tamar The Tamar is a river which forms most of the border between Devon to the east and Cornwall to the west. The river rises just a short distance from the north coasts of Cornwall and Devon and forms the border between them all the way to the sea with the exception of a short stretch where the county border darts west along the River Ottery, leaving Devon on both banks of the Tamar for a short reach.
  • River Tamar | river, Australia | Britannica

    www.britannica.com/place/River-Tamar-Australia River Tamar, tidal estuary in northern Tasmania, Australia, formed by the confluence of the North and South Esk rivers. It extends 40 miles (65 km) northwest to enter Bass Strait at Port Dalrymple, the mouth of the estuary. The latter was named in 1798 by the explorers George Bass and Matthew Flinders and was the site in 1804 of York Town (or Yorktown), the first local settlement.
  • River Tamar - Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    simple.wikipedia.org/wiki/River_Tamar The River Tamar is a river in South West England, that forms most of the border between Devon (to the east) and Cornwall (to the west). The Tamar's source is less than 6 km (4 miles) from the north Cornish coast, but it flows southward. At its mouth, the Tamar flows into the Hamoaze (a wide estuary) before entering Plymouth Sound.
  • Tamar River - Wikipedia

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tamar_River_(Tasmania) The Tamar River, officially kanamaluka / River Tamar, is a 70-kilometre (43-mile) estuary located in northern Tasmania, Australia. Despite being called a river, the waterway is a brackish and tidal estuary over its entire length. Location and features. Formed by the confluence of ...
  • River Tamar | Canoe | Kayak | SUP | Routes and Launches

    gopaddling.info/rivers/river-tamar The River Tamar carves its path through the rolling hills of the Devon and Cornwall countryside. It is flanked by ancient woodland on either side. So it is an exceptional river for nature lovers, with its diverse range of habitats and wildlife along the whole stretch.
  • BBC - Devon - Discover Devon - Devon's rivers: The Tamar

    www.bbc.co.uk/devon/discovering/rivers/tamar.shtml The River Tamar has always played an important role in industry and the region's economy. Mineral extraction was the key industry in the Tamar Valley dating back many centuries, and in 2006, the ...