Daer Water

Rising on Queensberry Hill in the Lowther Hills, South Lanarkshire, the Daer Water flows north for 10 miles (16 km) through the Daer Reservoir before joining the Potrail Water near Elvanfoot to form the upper reaches of the River Clyde. It is the longest headstream of the Clyde.

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