Newlands Beck

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Newlands Beck is a minor river of Cumbria in England.

The beck rises on Dale Head and flows northwards through the picturesque Newlands Valley, past the settlement of Little Town and between Braithwaite and Portinscale before flowing into Bassenthwaite Lake north east of Thornthwaite.

Tributaries[edit]

  • Chapel Beck
  • Hallgarth Beck
    • Masmill Beck
  • Pow Beck
  • Coledale Beck
    • Barrow Gill
    • Birkthwaite Beck
    • Pudding Beck
  • Pow Beck
  • Stonycroft Gill
  • Rigg Beck
  • Yewthwaite Gill
  • Keskadale Beck
    • Ill Gill
      • Ard Gill
    • Dudmanscomb Gill
    • High Hole Beck
    • Moss Beck
  • Scope Beck
    • Deep Gill
  • Parrocks Gill
  • Barnes Gill
  • Near Broadgill
  • Lewthwaite Gill
  • Far Broadgill
  • Step Gill
  • Near Tongue Gill
  • Far Tongue Gill

Coordinates: 54°37′N 3°11′W / 54.617°N 3.183°W / 54.617; -3.183