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River Pinn





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The River Pinn runs through Pinner, Eastcote and Ruislip: the latter derives its name from "Rush leap" - this being a reference to the width of the river in the area. It then runs through Ickenham and onto Uxbridge, where it passes through the grounds of RAF Uxbridge and Brunel University. The Pinn continues on to Cowley where it joins the Frays River at Yiewsley.. During the Second World War the river was temporarily dammed near Pinner High Street to serve as a water supply for putting out fires from air raids. There's a 12-mile walk called the "Celandine Route" which goes through an areas of woodland, meadows, parks along the route. It finishes as the River Pinn goes underneath the Grand Union Canal. A short walk down the "Slough arm" of the Grand Union Canal brings you to the Fray's River.. Source Wikipedia

















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