Vessels under repair in the dry docks at Gloucester Shipyard.
Many historical facts about the famous River Severn
Sadly there have been many disasters on the River Severn
Photomarine supplies images of merchant ships for enthusiasts
River Severn For Schools
Severn Tales Weather
Severn Tales’ weather station live weather from Gloucester
Severn Tales Video
Take a trip down the Severn from source to sea.
You Tube Videos
Severn Tales YouTube Videos
Gloucester Waterways Museum
Friends of the Gloucester Waterways Museum
Books DVDs & Talks
Books, DVDs & Talks about the Severn for Groups & Schools
Photo of the Month
Severn Tales Contact Details
The name Severn is derived from the Latin word Sabrina, previously Hafren in Welsh,
which means “boundary”. Its source is in the Plynlimon Mountains in West Wales and
it flows through the counties of Powys, Shropshire, Worcestershire and Gloucestershire,
finally flowing into the Bristol Channel.
The Port of Sharpness
River Severn from the Source to the Sea
River Severn is the longest river in Britain at 220 miles from source to the sea