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Brunton (Embleton)

Brunton is a village in Northumberland about 7 miles north of Alnwick. Brunton Airfield was built in 1942, during World War 2, as a satellite airfield of RAF Milfield, for the training of single seat fighter pilots. 

Northumberland Embleton Parish, 1855 Brunton Airfield (1942 - 2004) High and Low Brunton - Township, 1848 Map and Aerial View
Brunton House and Holiday Cottages

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Building on the Disused Brunton Airstrip

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Tughall, near to Brunton

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Embleton Parish, 1855
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Embleton Parish, 1855
- Extract from: History, Topography, and Directory of Northumberland...Whellan, William, & Co, 1855. EMBLETON PARISH   EMBLETON parish comprises the chapelries of Rock and Rennington, and the townships of Broxfield, Brunton …


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