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Water of Leith

The Water of Leith is the river flowing through Edinburgh, Scotland. It is 35 km (24 m) long and rises in the Colzium Springs at Millstone Rigof the Pentland Hills[?] and flows into the Firth of Forth at Leith. It travels through Harperrigg Reservoir, past the ruins of Cairns Castle[?], through Balerno[?], Currie, Juniper Green, Colinton, Slateford, Longstone, Saughton, Roseburn, Dean Village, Stockbridge, Silvermills, Warriston, Canonmills, Bonnington to Leith.

There is a Water of Leith Walkway[?]...

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