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Glenegedale River

A small river in the south of Islay in the Inner Hebrides, the Glenegedale River forms at the junction of the Caol Abhainn and the Uisge Fuar, a quarter-mile (0.4 m) south of Glenegedale Lots and flows southwest, passing Glenegedale, to fall into the Machrie River on the southern edge of Islay Airport, having completed a course of only 2 miles (3 km).


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