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Glazert Water
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Glazert Water, Milton of Campsie
Country Scotland
Physical characteristics
Main source south of Clachan of Campsie
River mouth River Kelvin
55°57′52″N 4°11′14″W / 55.9644°N 4.1873°W / 55.9644; -4.1873

The Glazert Water is a tributary of the River Kelvin in East Dunbartonshire, Scotland. It is formed 1 kilometre (0.62 mi) south of Clachan of Campsie (55°58′49″N 4°13′17″W / 55.9804°N 4.2215°W / 55.9804; -4.2215 (Glazert Water, source)) at the junction of the Finglen Burn and the Aldessan Burn, which both descend from the Campsie Fells. The Glazert Water runs southeast for 6.5 kilometres (4.0 mi), flowing past both Lennoxtown and Milton of Campsie on the way, before finally joining with the much smaller River Kelvin 1 km north of Kirkintilloch (55°56′48″N 4°09′11″W / 55.9467°N 4.1531°W / 55.9467; -4.1531 (Glazert Water, mouth)).

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