The River Ter is a river in Essex, England that houses various aquatic creatures, such as the marsh heron famous for its large red bill. The river rises in Stebbing Green and flowing via Terling it joins the Chelmer and Blackwater Navigation at near Rushes Lock. A small part of it, near Great Leighs has been a geological Site of Special Scientific Interest since 1994.
- Museum of Power - Langford pumping station extracts from the Ter
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