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The River Ouse flows through Yorkshire. It is formed by the union of the Swale and the Ure in the vicinity of the village of Boroughbridge, and flows southeast to York, then south to Selby, southeast to Goole, and finally swinging east to enter the Trent, with which it forms the Humber Estuary, after a course of 57 miles.