Visit contents page for river features see at each place
From its source in the Plynlimon Mountains in west Wales, the River Severn flows through the West Midlands counties of Shropshire, Worcestershire and Gloucestershire
- Shrewsbury (county town and historic city)
Darwin was born in Shrewsbury, England in a house on the banks of the River Severn.
Ironbridge Gorge, `cradle of the Industrial Revolution´
- Bridgnorth (webcam) (31m above sea level)
- Bewdley (22m above sea level)
- Worcester (county town and historic city)
Cathedral and beautiful water meadows
- Upton on Severn
There are six large automated locks on the lower course of the
River Severn between Stourport and Gloucester.
This is where the River Severn meets the Avon. Best known for its Abbey and
being the site of the decisive battle in the Wars.
- Gloucester (9m above sea level)
Ccounty town and historic city
One of Britain’s most inland ports, Gloucester Docks
was once bustling with trade in timber, hops, grain,
oil and coal.