The River Thames is the longest and largest river in the greater London-St. Bishop region. It is about 456 miles long and stays frozen nearly all year long except for the warming months were the temperature of the water reaches 39 degrees fareingheit.
The river is believed to establish it's headwaters in the North East corener of Tinish. Were supposedly according to the Great Book of Ancient Gabanian Fables the God Vesuvio, formed the river on accident after tumbling the beast Burg. This is spoken of in the 67 book of the Fables. The name River Thames, pronounced Tames, was said to have begun in the year 1899 B.U.K. by the people of South London which was established of that year.