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Picture opportunities around Alnwick


Briwooly e2
9 452 5 England
9 Sep 2007 4:59PM
Hired a cottage in Alnwick for 4 days .Travelling up there on Monday , The wife (Paula) is with me so have to be sensible how much time I spend taking Pics LoL Wink . So don't what to waste to much time running around and missing opportunities.
Ive identified some place :-
Bamburgh Castle
Dunstanburgh Castle
Alnwick Castle
Lindisfarne
So any advice would be appreciated

Thanks Brian.....................................

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Barbaraj e2
7 450 England
9 Sep 2007 5:49PM
Amble, the views of Warkworth castle and the harbour at Amble.
Alnmouth , village, river and sea. Both with good cafes and fish shops and plesant walks.
jeff e2
10 8
9 Sep 2007 6:04PM
Look at Barter books it is in the old railway station at Alnwick. It is Victorian the station was used for royal visits.
Briwooly e2
9 452 5 England
9 Sep 2007 6:32PM
Thanks Barbara and Jeff will add to my list

Brian.............................
albyn e2
8 19 Scotland
9 Sep 2007 8:32PM
The Alnwick Garden - joint entry is possible for the castle as well. Chillingham Castle for something a bit different! If you have the time and the weather is ok a sail, from Seahouses, to the Farne Islands is well worth it. Berwick upon Tweed with its Elizabethan walls. The list goes on. Enjoy this quite unspoilt part of the country.
Bob T
bppowell e2
13 2.1k 2 England
9 Sep 2007 10:14PM
Wallington Hall, for Red Squirrels.
Briwooly e2
9 452 5 England
9 Sep 2007 10:51PM
Thanks all of to bed now early start tomorrow back Friday hopefully with a few pics to upload

Brian........................
njalgar e2
7 318 United Kingdom
10 Sep 2007 5:25PM
Linhope Spout
keithh e2
11 23.4k 33 Wallis And Futuna
10 Sep 2007 5:28PM
Hulne Park....on the outskirts of the town. Walk down Canongate and enter by the old Priory and follow the river. Red Squirrels, deer, otter, buzzard, ruined abbeys, follys, moorland views and no cars other than the handful of people who live there.

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