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Photos from Northumberland - Page 1

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Images from the Walks
119801Hadrian's Wall took full advantage of a natural escarpment
119802Extensive remains of Roman Occupation at Housesteads
119803Housesteads occupies a strategic position
119804Looking east from above Crag Lough towards Hotbanks Crags
119805Peel Crags from Steel Rigg car park
120001Upper Coquet valley is wild and quiet
120002Path from Coquet valley to Windy Gyle
120003Rain clouds gather over the Cheviots, Windy Gyle
120004Windy Gyle sits astride England Scotland border
120005Coquetdale from slopes of Black Braes
120006Remote farmsteads of Rowhope and Trows in the valley
120101Cheviots from south of Kirk Yetholm village
120102The hills near Kirk Yetholm seen from the Pennine Way
120103View from northern Pennine Way into the Borders
120104Rough moors and solitude are great assets of the Cheviots
120105Ruined farm at Old Halterburnhead on Pennine Way
120201The view form the eastern end of the Simonside Hills
120202View west along sandstone escarpment of Simonside Hills
120203Summit of Simonside is an excellent viewpoint
131401The hill fort on Great Hetha Hill
131402Hethpool Mill from Great Hetha Hill
131403Wych Elm in the College Valley
131404Arts & Crafts cottages in the College Valley
131405Hethpool House, College Valley
147701Pennine Way signs at Deer Play north of Bellingham
147801Bellingham Bridge
167701Hadrian's Wall Path on Hotbank Crags
176301Pennine Way marker post, Mozie Law
176401Summit of The Cheviot, Northumberland
176501On Hedgehope Hill, Northumberland National Park
176601Bloodybush Edge, Northumberland
177601Auchope Cairn, Northumberland
180501The Breamish Valley in the Northumberland National Park
209501Paved path winding among rocks, Simonside Hills
214801Summit ridge of the Simonside Hills
215201In the Harthope Valley near Harthope Linn
215301View north-east from the summit of Housey Crags, Northumberland
216301Trig point on Darden Pike, Northumberland
216901Looking east from Brownhart
225101The view from Brownhart Law
233701Greenlee Lough lies north of Hadrian's Wall
267101Housesteads Farm
280301Hadrian's Wall - Mithraeum Temple at Brocolitia Roman Fort
280302Greenlee Lough
280303Precipice beyond Crag Lough is a natural defense, Hadrian's Wall
280304Hadrian's Wall - Looking West with Crag Lough to the left
280305Hadrian's Wall - Looking East to Crag Lough
280306Hadrian's Wall near Steel Rigg
280307Hadrian's Wall - switch sides of the wall near Hotbank
280308Hadrian's Wall - Ascending to trig point at Sewingshields
280309Hadrian's Wall - Bromlee Lough from Sewingshields
308501Puncherton Farm, above Clennell
333101Hadrian's Wall - the gap with no name and Housesteads Crags
334301Hadrian's Wall - the view west over Walltown Quarry
334302Hadrian's Wall - looking east from Walltown
334303Hadrian's Wall - looking west from Walltown
334304Hadrian's Wall - Walltown Crags
334305Walltown Farm nestles in the lee of Hadrian's Wall
334306Hadrian's Wall - the view west from Turret 44B
334307Hadrian's Wall - near Alloa Lea

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