River Mersey

 River Mersey River Bollin River Dean River Goyt River Sett River Kinder River Tame River Weaver

River Mersey is in Irish Sea.

The River Mersey is formed from the River Goyt and River Tame which converge at Stockport [Map] from where it flows through Carrington, Lancashire [Map], Warrington [Map], Widnes [Map] and Runcorn [Map] to Liverpool [Map] after which it joins the Irish Sea.

Culture, Rivers and River Systems in England and Wales, Irish Sea, River Mersey, River Bollin

The River Bollin rises at at Macclesfield Forest [Map] from where it flows through Macclesfield [Map], Prestbury [Map] and Mottram Hall, Cheshire [Map], after which it is joined by the River Dean, under Manchester Airport [Map] to Hale, Cheshire [Map] then Dunham Massey [Map] after which it joins the River Mersey.

River Dean

The River Dean rises near Rainow, Cheshire [Map] from where it flows north-east through Bollington, Cheshire [Map], past Adlington Hall, Cheshire [Map], through Handforth [Map] to north of Wilmslow where it joins the River Bollin.

Culture, Rivers and River Systems in England and Wales, Irish Sea, River Mersey, River Goyt

The River Goyt rises from the Errwood [Map] and Fernilee [Map] reservoirs from which it flows through Whaley Bridge, Derbyshire [Map], Furness Vale, Derbyshire [Map], New Mills [Map], Marple [Map] before joining the River Tame at Stockport [Map] to form the River Mersey.

River Sett

The River Sett rises near South Head Farm, Kinder [Map] from where it flows through Hayfield, Derbyshire [Map], Birch Vale [Map] to New Mills [Map] where it joins the River Goyt.

River Kinder

The River Kinder rises on Kinder Scout from where it flows over Kinder Downfall [Map], through Kinder Reservoir [Map] to Bowden Bridge, Kinder [Map] immediately after which it joins the River Sett.

Culture, Rivers and River Systems in England and Wales, Irish Sea, River Mersey, River Tame

Culture, Rivers and River Systems in England and Wales, Irish Sea, River Mersey, River Weaver