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River Ver

The Ver is a river in Hertfordshire, England. The river begins in the grounds of Markyate Cell, and flows south for 12 miles (20 km) alongside Watling Street through Flamstead, Redbourn, St Albans and Park Street, and joins the River Colne at Bricket Wood.

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St Albans - History
... was built alongside this in the valley of the River Ver a little nearer to the present city centre ... The road between the Abbey and the school, running down to the River Ver and Verulamium Park (on part of the site of Roman Verulamium), is called Abbey Mill Lane ... Also on the River Ver, at the St Michael's Village end of the park, is Kingsbury Watermill, which is now maintained as a museum with a waffle house ...
River Ver
... The Ver is a river in Hertfordshire, England ... The river begins in the grounds of Markyate Cell, and flows south for 12 miles (20 km) alongside Watling Street through Flamstead, Redbourn, St Albans and ... The Ver is a chalk stream, which is partly a seasonal winterbourne north of Redbourn ...

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