Hareshawmuir Water

A river of East Ayrshire, the Hareshawmuir Water rises as headstreams on the moorlands lying close to the eastern border of East Ayrshire, the Hareshawmuir Water flows west passing Tayburn and Collary, and receiving its most notable tributary - the Pockinan Burn - only a quarter-mile (0.5 km) before merging with the Dunton Water to become the Craufurdland Water. Its course extends to 2¾ miles (4.5 km).

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