Cor Burn


Cor Burn is a small river in Northumberland, which is a tributary of the River Tyne. The Cor Burn is 4.4km long and flows roughly south-westerly, past Aydon Castle, to join the Tyne to the west of Corbridge, near the Roman fort. The burn has a catchment area of 16.2 km2.[1] There is an old 18th century bridge over the Cor Burn, just to the north of Corbridge, which is Grade I listed. 

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The Cor Burn

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The Cor Burn at Corbridge Mill

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The Cor Burn at Corbridge Mill (2)

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Footbridge over the Cor Burn

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Cor Burn and bridge

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Cor Burn

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Old Bridge over Cor Burn, Corbridge
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Old Bridge over Cor Burn, Corbridge
Corbridge Roman Town and Fort
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Corbridge Roman Town and Fort
- Overview About Corbridge Roman Fort/Town Map Street View  Corstopitum Coria was a fort and town 2.5 miles (4.0 km) south of Hadrian's Wall, in the Roman province of Britannia at a ...
Corbridge
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Corbridge
- Overview About Corbridge Map Timeline Street View Corbridge is a large village by the River Tyne, located about 3 miles east of Hexham and 17 miles west of Newcastle. Corbridge ...
Aydon Castle
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Aydon Castle
- Overview About Aydon Castle Map Street View Aydon Castle is a 13th century English manor house, located one mile from Corbridge. The house was heavily fortified on the outbreak of ...
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Cor Burn Catchment (Trib of Tyne)

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Footbridge over the Cor Burn

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Cor Burn (2)

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Corbridge Ford

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Footbridge over Cor Burn at the ford

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