The bridge over the River Sowe near the Mill in Baginton.
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The Sowe's route takes it through the eastern suburbs of Coventry, in particular the districts of Longford, Wood End, Walsgrave, Binley, Willenhall and near the village of Baginton. Near Baginton the river has a large steep bank on its Southern side and the remains of the Roman Lunt Fort have been found at the top of this bank.
There is an established local park called the Sowe Valley Footpath that runs alongside the river for 8½ miles from Hawkesbury Junction Conservation Area to Stonebridge Meadows Local Nature. It also runs through Wyken Slough Local Nature Reserve, Wyken Croft Nature Park and Stoke Floods Local Nature Reserve.
Stoke Aldermoor and Pinley Fields by the River Sowe.
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