Waterfalls in the United Kingdom

Talk about waterfalls outside of New York state.

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In a couple of weeks I will be heading over to the UK for some business travel for my company. I was wondering if anyone knew of any waterfalls that are easily visited in the Telford (Midlands) area. I will not have a car and will need to rely on public transportation/my own 2 feet to get to places.

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What we call a waterfall is called a downfall in the UK apparently?

Here's the Kinder Downfall - having some trouble falling.

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