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Callaly Burn


Callaly Burn is a small river in Northumberland, which is a tributary of the River Aln. The burn is 7 km long, with a catchment area of 13.3 km2.[1] Callaly Burn arises in the hills near Longbottle Hall and flows roughly north-westerly, through the village of Callaly, before joining the River Aln at Whittingham.

River Aln Whittingham Lorbottle Callaly
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Ford and Footbridge, Callaly Burn

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Confluence of River Aln and Callaly Burn

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Callaly Burn Catchment (trib of Aln)

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