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16th December 2019
 

River Esk flood

The River Esk meets the Wauchope below Langholm parish church and the water level rises dramatically after Monday’s heavy rain

Dec 30 13
R Norris

 
 
The River Esk meets the Wauchope below Langholm parish church and the water level rises dramatically after Monday's heavy rain Dec 30 13 R Norris
 

 
 
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