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The River Lune begins its 53 mile journey to the sea at Newbiggin-on-Lune in Cumbria, just to the north of the Yorkshire Dales National Park. The valley between Newbiggin and Tebay is known as Lunesdale. At Tebay it turns to the south, through the Lune Gorge between the Howgill Fells and the eastern fells of the Lake District.
The valley widens and becomes known as Lonsdale as it continues its journey passing Kirkby Londsdale, south towards Lancaster. Below Skerton Weir at Lancaster it becomes tidal and continues to meet the sea at Sunderland Point.
More informattion from Wikipedia.