Dagenham Brook

Dagenham Brook at Leyton

Dagenham Brook is located in the London Borough of Waltham Forest [1] and is a minor River Lea tributary.

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Course

The brook flows from the River Lee Flood Relief Channel close to the North Access Road to cross a mainly urban area and to merge with the Old River Lea close to New Spitalfields Market, before rejoining the River Lee Navigation below Old Ford Lock.

Ecology

The brook has been designated a site of Local Nature Conservation Importance. Different species of birds that can be spotted here include the kingfisher and mammals such as fox and rabbit.

References

  1. ^ Dagenham Brook Retrieved November 10, 2007

External links


Coordinates: 51°33′42″N 0°01′18″W / 51.5617°N 0.02174°W / 51.5617; -0.02174


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