River Garnock - River Irvine

River Irvine

Confluence at Coordinates : 55°26′38″N 4°41′23″W / 55.44389°N 4.68972°W / 55.44389; -4.68972

The two main rivers of North Ayrshire, the Irvine and the Garnock, come together in the estuary at Irvine Harbour where they jointly enter the Firth of Clyde.

Major tributaries of the Irvine are the Glen Water, Cessnock Water, Kilmarnock Water (combined Fenwick and Craufurdland Waters), Carmel Water and Annick Water..

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