Allen Banks and Staward Gorge


Allen Banks woodland walk is managed by the National Trust. "The northern end of the Allen Banks estate was largely created by Victorian wonder woman Susan Davidson over 30 years as a ‘wilderness garden’. The southern, wilder end of the site at Staward Gorge is a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) and is where you will find the ancient Staward Pele Tower...."
River Allen, near Allen Banks

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Allen Banks and Staward Gorge
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The rebuilt suspension bridge at Allen Banks

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Allen Banks

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The River Allen below Hag Bank

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River Allen
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River Allen
- The Allen is a river in Northumberland which is a tributary of the River South Tyne. The River Allen forms with the confluence of the River East Allen and the ...
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Allendale, Northumberland
- Overview About Allendale Allendale in 1833 Map Street View   What was written about Allendale in 1833: "ALLENDALE a parochial chapelry in Northumberland with a population of 5540 inhabitants in ...
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Suspension bridge at Allen Banks

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The upper path at Allen Banks west of Raven Crag (3)

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Plaque with a poem by Lawrence Hewer on a seat by the riverside path at Allen Banks

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Morralee Tarn, Allen Banks (NT)

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Plaque near the suspension bridge at Allen Banks

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