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Beyond the parklands, the river flows eastwards past Elkesley, to join the River Idle just outside the village close to the A1 road.
The river's water quality is good, with most indexes showing that it is not far from being unpolluted enabling it to support populations of fish, while the lakes provide significant habitat for large numbers of birds.
Owl Sick, a stream which rises at Owl Spring in Scarcliffe Park joins it near the village, and is joined by a stream which rises near Whaley Hall Farm, and flows in a south-easterly direction through Whaley and the Poulter Country Park.
The country park was the location of Langwith Colliery's waste tip.
Although passenger traffic ceased in 1964, as part of the Beeching cuts, the line remained open for goods trains, and became part of the Robin Hood Line from Worksop to Nottingham in 1998.
The other arch crosses the Whaley Thorns road, under which the river flows immediately afterwards.
It closed in 1848 and was used as a corn mill from 1886.