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North of the Tyne: Castles & Illustrated Walks from the Tyne to the Tweed
- Details of all of Northumberlands castles, including pictures and histories

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Belsay Hall, Castle & Gardens
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Belford Castle
- Information and photographs about Belford Castle.

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Black Gate and Castle Keep
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Pele Tower
- Pele towers were fortified houses built along both sides of the English and Scottish borders, mostly in settlements which did not have a castle. An English Act of Parliament in ...
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Scargill Castle
- Overview Map Scargill was originally built in the late 12th century by Warren de Scargill whilst he was overseeing building work at the nearby Bowes Castle. King Edward II is ...
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Morpeth Castle
- Overview About Morpeth Map Street View Morpeth Castle was originally a gatehouse built at the entrance to the castle from which it gets its name. The castle is a Grade ...
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Durham Castle
- Overview About Durham Castle Map Street View   Durham Castle is a Norman castle in the city of Durham, England, which has been wholly occupied since 1840 by University College, ...
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Cartington Castle
- Overview About Cartington Castle Map The castle's location is near Spout Burn, for its supply of fesh water, and has a commanding view of the Debdon pass over the Rothbury ...
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Mitford Castle
- Overview About Mitford Castle Map Street View   Mitford Castle is an English castle dating from the end of the 11th century and located at Mitford, Northumberland. It is a ...
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Rothley Castle
- Overview About Rothley Castle Map Street View Rothley Castle is a folly on the Wallington Estate, built to resemble a medieval castle, located near Rothley in Northumberland. The castle was ...
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Codger Fort, Rothley
- Overview Map Street View Codger Fort is a folly near Rothley in Northumberland, built in c.1770 by Thomas Wright for Sir Walter Blackett, as part of the Wallington estate. The ...

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