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Swindale Beck is a river of Cumbria, England. It is formed at Swindale Head where Mosedale Beck, from the slopes of Tarn Crag, joins Hobgrumble Beck from Selside Pike. The river flows north-east along Swindale and joins the River Lowther near Rosgill between Shap and Bampton.
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