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River Hull

The River Hull is a river in the East Riding of Yorkshire in the north of England.

It has its source in the Yorkshire Wolds. It is navigable from its junction with the Driffield Canal[?] at Struncheon Hill Lock, and it continues via the junctions with the Leven Canal[?], the Arram Beck[?] and Beverley Beck[?]. It then joins the Humber estuary in the centre of Kingston upon Hull.

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