Peasey Beck

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Peasey Beck is a watercourse in Cumbria, England.

The source of the beck, or stream, is on Lambrigg Fell between Kendal and Sedbergh though, for the first few kilometres, the beck is known as Killington Beck.

Having run through Killington Reservoir, the beck runs south, then west, passing the village of Old Hutton the river then continues south past Gatebeck, picking up Fall Beck on the way, then passes Endmoor.

The river passes Crooklands before converging with Stainton Beck to form the River Bela.

Coordinates: 54°13′28″N 2°44′27″W / 54.2245°N 2.7407°W / 54.2245; -2.7407