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Chirdon Burn


Chirdon Burn is a river in Northumberland, which is a tributary of the River North Tyne. The river is about 24 km long, with a catchment area of 51.8 km2.[1] The river arises near Paddaburn Moor and flows roughly north-easterly, close to the southern side of Kielder Forest, joining the North Tyne near Tarset.

River North Tyne Birks
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Confluence of the Chirdon Burn and the River North Tyne

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The Chirdon Burn south of Allerybank

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Chirdon Burn

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Jerry's Linn Gorge, Chirdon Burn

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Jerry's Linn, Chirdon Burn

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Chirdon Burn below Matthew Bridge

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Chirdon Burn

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Birks
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Birks
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Chirdon Burn catch trib of N Tyne

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