The Caddon Water (Scottish Gaelic: Cadan) is a small river by the village of Caddonfoot, in the Scottish Borders area of Scotland. It rises on Windlestraw Law, four miles north of Innerleithen, and flows through the Stantling Craig Reservoir. It joins the river Tweed at Caddonfoot, having completed its journey after 11 miles (18 km).
- RCAHMS record for Caddon Water
- Roman Communications in the Tweed Valley
- Gazetteer for Scotland: Caddon Water
- Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA) River Tweed Catchment Pollution Reduction Programme
- Scottish Borders Council: Local Plan: water and Drainage, Caddon Water
- Southern Reporter, September 2009: "No quick fix for village sewer issue"
- GEOGRAPH image: Footbridge over Caddon Water
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