King Water

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For the chemical, see aqua regia.

King Water is a river in the north of Cumbria, England. The Brampton Angling Association has a long term let from the Earl of Carlisle for fishing rights on a portion of the River Irthing and part of the King Water.[1] Hadrian's Wall crossed the King Water to the east of the village of Walton

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Coordinates: 54°57′N 2°44′W / 54.950°N 2.733°W / 54.950; -2.733