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February 2015

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Castles and Walks in Northumberland

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Newton on the Moor - Swarland

Northumberland's Castles

A Welsh Castle
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The old Post Office building with a redundant telephone box outside, these used to be so common in our townscapes. Newton on the Moor, Northumberland.
The Jubilee Hall with its splendid cupola, Newton on the Moor, Northumberland.
An interesting chimney pot on the Jubilee Hall, Newton on the Moor, Northumberland.
A village drinking fountain erected by the tenants of the Widdrington estate to celebrate a Widdrington family Golden Wedding. 1914, Newton on the Moor, Northumberland
The Cook and Barker Inn a hostelry well respected for its food, Newton on the Moor, Northumberland
One of two delapidated byres in much need of care and attention on the golfcourse Swarland, Northumberland.
These byers were almost certainly part of the Swarland estate but while some extra support has been applied they are going to ruin very quickly and it would be a shame to let them rot!, Swarland, Northumberland.
A view towards the Simonside Hills from the forestry track. Swarland, Northumberland.
Guyzance - High Whittle
Brainshaugh Priory Chapel on the banks of the River Coquet, Guyzance, Northumberland.
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A close up of Brainshaugh Priory Chapel , grid ref NU208031 The priory was founded in around 1147 by Richard Tison for nuns who belonged to the Premonstratensian order. Guyzance, Northumberland.
The watermill a ruined 19th century water powered corn and feed mill on the River Coquet, Guyzance Northumberland
There is limited access to the site of the Mill but flow of the river urges caution, Guyzance, Northumberland.
A house sign opposite the Mill, Guyzance, Northumberland.
An abandoned farmstead now the site of a telephone repeater station, High Whittle, Northumberland.
A view towards Hazon High Houses with Amble and Coquet Island beyond. From High Whittle, Northumberland.


Digital Photoraphy by Norman MacKillop

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Northumberland is England's Secret !
Out and About( yorkshire/ Scotland). Whittingham Village
Garden Butterflies, Woodhorn Colliery (Weeping Window),Warkworth.
Allan Banks - Plankey Mill. Shillmoor Law.
Seahouses Harbour, A trip down the River Tyne
Spring blossom, Seaton Sluice.
Ellingham Chathill, Belsay Hall
Newbiggin by the Sea, Lindisfarne (Holy Island)
Simonside Hills, Belsay - Capheaton
Newton on the Moor, Guyzance, High Whittle.
Best of 2014, Bardon Mill 2