Grassholme Reservoir

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Grassholme Reservoir
Outflow from Selset Reservoir - - 673520.jpg
Grassholme Reservoir seen from the Selset Reservoir outflow
Coordinates54°35′46″N 2°5′46″W / 54.59611°N 2.09611°W / 54.59611; -2.09611Coordinates: 54°35′46″N 2°5′46″W / 54.59611°N 2.09611°W / 54.59611; -2.09611
Primary inflowsRiver Lune
Primary outflowsRiver Lune
Managing agencyNorthumbrian Water
Surface elevation310 m (1,020 ft)

Grassholme Reservoir is a large reservoir in County Durham, England. It is situated in Lunedale, which is a side valley of the River Tees, about 2 miles (3.2 km) south of Middleton-in-Teesdale. It supplies water for Teesdale and Teesside and is owned by Northumbrian Water. Its main recreational use is as an angling centre.

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