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Re: Hebburn lakes
Posted by Don Scott on November 14, 2019, 6:48 pm, in reply to "Hebburn lakes
Stan, I am no expert but the water that fed the top lake came via streams and rivulets which passed close to where the Cock Crow stands today. It left the bottom lake and eventually disappeared in the area of Bedes Well. That water must still find its way across or beneath that area to find its way, ultimately, to the Tyne. I would guess that most of it finds its way via water courses and culverts put in before the estates were built over the area.
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