How deep is the River Thames?

The Thames depth varies along its route, at its source, at low tide its about 11 metres, at Woolwich its about 6.5 metres and at London Bridge its about 1.8 metres.

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The River Thames in central London.

The Thames is 215 miles long from source to estuary, is the longest river entirely in England and the second longest in the UK (after the River Severn).

The Thames varies in width along its course, its 265 metres wide at London Bridge, 448 metres at Woolwich and 732 metres at Gravesend.

 

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