There are other rivers with this name: see Tweed River
The River Tweed (Uisge Thuaidh in Gaelic) (156 kilometres or 97 miles long) flows primarily through the Borders region of England and Scotland. The kilometre ( American spelling: kilometer) symbol km is a unit of Length in the Metric system, equal to one thousand The Scottish Borders, often referred to simply as the Borders, is one of 32 local government council areas of Scotland. England is a Country which is part of the United Kingdom. Its inhabitants account for more than 83% of the total UK population whilst its mainland Scotland ( Gaelic: Alba) is a Country in northwest Europethat occupies the northern third of the island of Great Britain. It rises on Tweedsmuir at Tweed's Well near where the Clyde, draining northwest, and the Annan draining south also rise. The village of Tweedsmuir ( Sliabh Thuaidh in Gaelic is situated 8 miles from the source of the River Tweed, in The Borders of Scotland. The River Clyde ( Gaelic: Abhainn Chluaidh, avɪɲˈxɫ̪uəj is a major River in Scotland. The River Annan ( Uisge Annan in Gaelic is a River in southwest Scotland. "Annan, Tweed and Clyde rise oot the ae hillside" as the Border saying has it. It drains the entire Borders region. Its lower reaches mark the Scottish border with England for 27 kilometres near Berwick-upon-Tweed. England is a Country which is part of the United Kingdom. Its inhabitants account for more than 83% of the total UK population whilst its mainland Berwick-upon-Tweed ( ˈbɛrɪk- ( Scots: Berwick or historically South Berwick) situated in the county of Northumberland, is the northernmost The Tweed is one of the great salmon rivers of Great Britain. Salmon is the common name for several species of Fish of the family Salmonidae. See also Kingdom of Great Britain Great Britain (Breatainn Mhòr Prydain Fawr Breten Veur Graet Breetain is the larger of the two main islands
Major towns through which the Tweed flows include Peebles, Galashiels, Melrose, Kelso, Coldstream and Berwick-upon-Tweed, where it flows into the North Sea. Peebles ( Gaelic: Na Pùballan is a Burgh in the Committee area of Tweeddale, in the Scottish Borders, Galashiels is a Burgh in the Scottish Borders, on the Gala Water river Kelso (known locally as Kelsae) is a market town in the Scottish Borders area of Scotland, located where the rivers Tweed and Teviot Coldstream is a Burgh in the Scottish Borders. It lies on the north bank of the River Tweed in Berwickshire, while Northumberland Berwick-upon-Tweed ( ˈbɛrɪk- ( Scots: Berwick or historically South Berwick) situated in the county of Northumberland, is the northernmost The North Sea is a marginal, Epeiric sea of the Atlantic Ocean on the European Continental shelf.
The tweed valley is also a very interesting area when it comes to looking at the glacial history of Britain. The valley floor on which the river currently flows is a drumlin field and is the relic of a paleo ice stream that flowed through the area during the last glaciation. A drumlin field is a cluster of dozens to hundreds of similarly shaped sized and oriented Drumlins also called a drumlin swarm.
Tweed tributaries include:
River Tweed is the only river in England where an Environment Agency rod licence is not required for angling. A tributary is a Stream or River which flows into a mainstem (or parent river Whiteadder Water (ˈʍʌtədɚ is a River in East Lothian and Berwickshire, Scotland. Blackadder Water (ˈblɑːkədɚ is a river in Berwickshire in the Scottish Borders and forms part of the River Tweed system The River Till in Northumberland is the only English Tributary of the River Tweed. Disambiguation see also River Eden Eden Water is a tributary of the Tweed on the Scottish border A river of the Scottish Borders, the River Teviot (pronounced locally) rises in the western foothills of Comb Hill on the border of Dumfries and Galloway. The Gala Water ( Lowland Scots: Gala Watter Scottish Gaelic An Geal Ath is a river in the Scottish Borders and tributary of the River Tweed The River Ettrick, often locally known as Wild Ettick, flows through the villages of Ettrick Ettrickbridge and the historic town of Selkirk in the Leithen Water is a tributary of the River Tweed in Scotland. It joins it near the town of Innerleithen, whose name comes from the Scottish Gaelic Lyne Water is a River which rises in the Pentland Hills of southern Scotland at Baddinsgill Reservoir and runs through West Linton The Environment Agency (Asiantaeth yr Amgylchedd is a Non-Departmental Public Body of the Department for Environment Food and Rural Affairs and an Assembly Angling is a method of Fishing by means of an "angle" ( hook)
Tweeddale is a Committee area and lieutenancy area in the Scottish Borders. The Anglo-Scottish border (or English-Scottish border) runs for 96  Miles nbsp(154  km) between The Union Bridge, also called the Chain Bridge, spans the River Tweed between Horncliffe, Northumberland, England and Fishwick This article is a list of the longest rivers in the United Kingdom. "Both sides the Tweed" is a reworking by singer Dick Gaughan of a traditional song from 1707 attributed to James Hogg *about the Treaty of Union between