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A brook of the [[Shire]]'s [[Eastfarthing]], and a minor tributary of the River [[Brandywine]]. It rose in the forested hills above [[Woody End]], and from there flowed eastwards and a little northwards out into the fields of the Marish. It passed through the southern end of the village of [[Stock]], from which it took its name, before emptying into the Brandywine a few miles north of [[Bucklebury Ferry]].
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'''The Stock-brook''' was a brook of [[the Shire]]'s [[Eastfarthing]], and a minor tributary of the River [[Brandywine]]. It rose in the forested hills above [[Woody End]], and from there flowed northeastwards out into the fields of [[the Marish]]. It passed through the southern end of the village of [[Stock]], from which it took its name, before emptying into the Brandywine a few miles north of [[Bucklebury Ferry]].<ref>{{FR|Part}}</ref>
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[[de:Stockbach]]
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[[fr:encyclo/geographie/eaux/eriador/ruisseau_de_stock]]
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[[fi:Runkopuro]]

Revision as of 05:52, 26 March 2013

Stock-brook
Physical Description
TypeStream
LocationThe Eastfarthing, bordering The Marish
RealmsThe Shire
DescriptionNortheast flowing brook

The Stock-brook was a brook of the Shire's Eastfarthing, and a minor tributary of the River Brandywine. It rose in the forested hills above Woody End, and from there flowed northeastwards out into the fields of the Marish. It passed through the southern end of the village of Stock, from which it took its name, before emptying into the Brandywine a few miles north of Bucklebury Ferry.[1]

References

  1. J.R.R. Tolkien, The Lord of the Rings, The Fellowship of the Ring, "A Part of the Shire" map