Kershope Burn

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Kershope Burn
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Kershope Burn
Basin
River moothLiddel Watter
55°08′17″N 2°49′26″W / 55.138069°N 2.823846°W / 55.138069; -2.823846Coordinates: 55°08′17″N 2°49′26″W / 55.138069°N 2.823846°W / 55.138069; -2.823846

Kershope Burn is a burn rinnin enteerly alang the mairch atween England an Scotland.

The river rises, as Clark's Syke, in a quaw in Kielder Forest in Northumberland kent as Hobb's Flowe, afore becomin Kershope Burn efter rinnin by Kershopehead, a fermtoun in Cumbria.

The river rins intae Liddel Watter at Kershopefuit, efter whit Liddel Watter merks the boond atween England an Scotland. The last wheen o yairds o the river flowes past the clachan at Kershopefuit an aneath the railwey brig o the umwhile Waverley Line. Atween 1862 an 1969 a passenger station kent various as Kershope or Kershopefoot wis locatit here.[1]

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  1. Disused Stations website entry retrieved 31 August 2014 http://www.disused-stations.org.uk/k/kershope_foot/ .