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May 2013

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Ingram Valley - River Breamish

Northumberland's Castles

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The River Breamish east of Ingram Village, Northumberland
Bridge over the River Breamish at Ingram with Ewe Hill beyond, Northumberland

The Village hall with vast swathes of solar panels, Ingram, Northumberland
St, Michael's and all Angels church, Ingram Village, Northumberland
The Lychgate at St. Micheal's and All Angels church. The inscription reads "In Memorium 1914 -1918", Ingram Village, Northumberland
Through Ingram Farm the road leads west to Linhope, Ingram, Northumberland
The River Breamish below Brough Law, Northumberland
This is Peggy Bell's Bridge recently restored (2010) following flooding damage in previous years. The bridge was originally built in 1908 and being in a conservation area much of the original fabric and appearance was maintained. Ingram Valley, Northumberland
A signpost showing the pathway to Brough Law summit, Ingram Valley, Northumberland
This is Heddon Hill the site of an ancient village/settlement the cultivation terraces and other earthworks are seen very clearly in this early morning light. Ingram Valley, Northumberland
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The repair yard at Brandon Farm, Ingram Valley. Northumberland
Ingram Valley - Linhope Spout
Roadside Daffodils, Brandon, Northumberland
Greensidehill Farmstead, Ingram Valley, Northumberland

"Grit for Road" sign. It flutterd and tinkled in the wind. On my return journey it had righted itself. (note the well worn slot in the sign.) There was no grit !, Ingram Valley, Northumberland
There was lots of activity going on around Hartside Farm, Ingram Valley, Northumberland
Malcolm Dixon at Hartside Farm with the youngest of his many Border Collies. Ingram Valley, Northumberland
Between Hartside and Linhope, a view south to the Valley of the Shank Burn with Wether Law behind. Ingram Valley, Northumberland
The Linhope Burn running under the high bridge in Linhope hamlet. The name Linhope signifies "the valley of the waterfall". Ingram Valley, Northumberland
It is a simple and pleasant walk from Linhope hamlet to the "Spout". Ingram Valley, Northumberland
Linhope Spout, the falls are measured at 56Ft (17.07Metres), Ingram Valley. Northumberland
The Linhope Burn above the Spout making its way down from the foothills of the Cheviots. This was my luchtime view. Sand Martins were making nests and in the sandy bank (middle right) Ingram Valley. Northumberland
Northumberland is England's Secret !


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Alwinton Border Shepherds' Show II, Howick Hall & Bathing House
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Wylam, Tyne riverside path, Lindisfarne, Boats, Sheds and Pebbles
West Woodburn - River Rede, Lindisfarne Priory
Ingram Valley, River Breamish, Ingram. Hartside Farm, Linhope Spout.
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