Gloucestershire River Avon

 Gloucestershire River Avon River Biss River Chew River Frome, Gloucestershire River Frome, Somerset

Gloucestershire River Avon is in Severn Estuary.

1801. The Dundas Aquaduct, Wiltshire [Map] carries the Kennet and Avon canal over the Gloucestershire River Avon. It was designed by John Rennie and chief engineer John Thomas between 1797 and 1801, and completed in 1805.

In 1864 the Clifton Suspension Bridge [Map] over the Gloucestershire River Avon opened.

River Biss

The River Biss rises near Upton Scudamore, Wiltshire [Map] as the Biss Brook after which it flows past Westbury, Wiltshire [Map] to Yarnbrook, Wiltshire [Map] where it becomes the River Biss. Thereafter it continues north through Trowbridge, Wiltshire [Map] after which it joins the Gloucestershire River Avon.

River Chew

River Frome, Gloucestershire

River Frome, Somerset

The River Frome, Somerset rises 3km south-west of Witham Friary, Somerset [Map] after which it flows past Tytherinton, Somerset [Map] then through Frome, Somerset [Map], past Farleigh Hungerford Castle [Map] before joining the Gloucestershire River Avon at Freshford, Somerset [Map].