The River Erewash is a river in England that flows roughly southwards through Derbyshire, close to its eastern border with Nottinghamshire.
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... For such a small river, the Erewash has a surprisingly high literary profile, due almost entirely to D.H ... Lawrence, who mentions it several times, and centres a number of works in the Erewash valley ... point of view "The Brangwens had lived for generations on the Marsh Farm, in the meadows where the Erewash twisted sluggishly through alder trees, separating ...
... souls about eight miles from Nottingham, and one mile from the small stream, the Erewash, which divides Nottinghamshire from Derbyshire ... Alluvial deposits from the River Erewash run roughly north-south ... by farmed land, woods and fields, and just half a mile (1 km) to the west, the River Erewash forms the boundary between Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire ...
... Across the River Erewash is the Nottinghamshire town of Eastwood ... The boundary used to be the River Erewash, but the River Erewash canal basin moved from Nottinghamshire to Derbyshire a few years ago, and the A610 is the new boundary.) The ... The town is the site of Langley Mill railway station, on the Erewash Valley Line ...
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