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Brainshaugh


Brainshaugh is a hamlet located by the River Coquet, about half a mile south-west of Guyzance, in Northumberland. It takes its name from Brainshaugh, a 16/17th century country house / estate, located in there. There are ruins of an 11/12th century chapel near the river at Brainshaugh. 

Northumberland Acklington Civil Parish Historic Buildings in Acklington Civil Parish Guyzance Dam on the River Coquet Guyzance District, 1848 River Coquet Brainshaugh (House) Brainshaugh Priory Factory Bridge over River Coquet
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Brainshaugh

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Factory Bridge at Brainshaugh

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Guyzance
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Guyzance
- Overview About Guyzance Map Street View Guyzance is a village in Northumberland, located by the River Coquet and about 5 miles south of Alnwick and 3 miles west of Warkworth. ...
River Coquet
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River Coquet
- Overview About the River Coquet Bridges The Coquet is a river in Northumberland which rises in the Cheviot Hills and flows eastwards before discharging into the North Sea at Amble. ...
Dam on the River Coquet
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Dam on the River Coquet
- Overview Map This horseshoe-shaped dam on the River Coquet was built in 1775 to provide water power for Park Mill ironworks. The mill and dam were designed by John Smeaton ...

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