Topham, South Yorkshire

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Topham
Topham Ferry Farm. - geograph.org.uk - 288953.jpg
Topham Ferry Farm
Topham is located in South Yorkshire
Topham
Topham
Location within South Yorkshire
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Post townGOOLE
Postcode districtDN14
Dialling code01405
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53°38′30″N 1°03′00″W / 53.6417°N 1.05°W / 53.6417; -1.05Coordinates: 53°38′30″N 1°03′00″W / 53.6417°N 1.05°W / 53.6417; -1.05

Topham is a small rural hamlet upon the River Went in rural Yorkshire within the Metropolitan Borough of Doncaster in northern England. The hamlet runs along the Trans-Pennine Trail.

Geography[edit]

Topham is a rural hamlet on the River Went, a tributary of the River Don; alongside a dismantled railway. Also, because of its situation on the river; it is liable to flooding. It is located at approximately 53°38′40″N 1°3′40″W / 53.64444°N 1.06111°W / 53.64444; -1.06111, at an elevation of around 5 metres above sea level. The area around Topham is extremely flat with very few hills or inclines.