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Akenshaw Burn


Akenshaw Burn is a small river in Northumberland, which is a tributary of Lewis Burn. Akenshaw Burn is formed by the confluence of Neate Burn and Grains Burn near Willowbog in Kielder Forest. Akenshaw Burn flows eastwards through Kielder Forest to it's confluence with Lewis Burn, which is known as "The Forks", just east of where Lewis Burn joins Kielder Water.

Lewis Burn
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Akenshaw Burn, Kielder Forest

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Bridge over Akenshaw Burn

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Windfall opens up a view of Akenshaw Burn

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Bridge over the Akenshaw Burn, Kielder Forest

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Akenshaw Burn

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Willowbog

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The Forks

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The Forks, Kielder Forest

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