The River Weaver has been straightened in places to improve navigation, leaving the original line as a quiet backwater where wildlife thrives. The salt mining industry that the river served has also left its mark. Mining subsidence has left lakes, known as flashes, where the salty water is home to coastal plants and a rich array of birdlife. Steep-sided valleys along parts of the river support ancient woodlands untouched by humans.
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