River Mole, Devon
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This article is about the river in Devon. For the tributary of the Thames in south east England, see River Mole, Surrey.
The River Mole below its confluence
with the River Yeo.
|Towns||North Molton, South Molton|
|Source||North Molton Ridge|
|- location||Twitchen, North Devon, Devon|
|- elevation||360 m (1,181 ft)|
|- location||Junction Pool, Devon|
|- elevation||6 m (20 ft)|
|- average||8.70 m3/s (307 cu ft/s)|
|- max||188.0 m3/s (6,639 cu ft/s) 9 January 1968|
|- min||0.20 m3/s (7 cu ft/s) 27 August 1976|
The River Mole a tributary of the River Taw in Devon which rises on the southwestern border of Exmoor. The river takes its name from the market towns of North and South Molton. The river used to be known as the Nymet.
- River Yeo
- Crooked Oak
- River Bray
- Little Silver Stream
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