Eastern Yar


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The River Yar on the Isle of Wight, England, rises in a chalk coomb in St. Catherine's Down near Niton, close to the southern point of the island. It flows across the Lower Cretaceous rocks of the eastern side of the island before finding its way through the gap in the central Upper Cretaceous chalk ridge of the Island at Yarbridge, Brading across the now drained Brading Haven to Bembridge Harbour and Spithead, near the eastern end of the Island.

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