- River Noe
Watermill on the River Noe, Brough-on-Noe. The waterwheel survives (just visible in the dark entrance in this picture), though it is no longer in use.
Origin Kinder Scout Mouth River Derwent Basin countries England Length 12 kilometres (7.5 mi)
The River Noe is a tributary of the River Derwent in Derbyshire, England. It flows approximately 7.5 miles (12 km) from its source, the confluence of two streams running off Kinder Scout in the Peak District, east through Edale and then southeast through the village of Hope.
The portion of the river downstream of Hope, along with the valley of the River Noe's main tributary, Peakshole Water, is known as the Hope Valley. In the Hope Valley there was a small mill near the village of Edale.
- Rivers of the United Kingdom
Ceremonial county of Derbyshire Unitary authorities Boroughs or districts Major settlements
- Clay Cross
- Darley Dale
- Langley Mill
- Long Eaton
- New Mills
- Whaley Bridge
See also: List of civil parishes in Derbyshire
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