- River Leven, North Yorkshire
Infobox River | river_name = River Leven
caption = The mouth of the Leven.
River Tees, Yarm
watershed = The River Leven flows through
North Yorkshire, and is a tributaryto the River Teesat Yarm.
(Joins River Tees)
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