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Devil's Water


The Devil's Water is a river in Northumberland, which is a tributary of the River Tyne. The Devil's Water is aproximately 16km long, flowing roughly north-eastwards past Whitley Chapel and Dilston, to join the Tyne just south-west of Corbridge

Devil's Water is a river in Northumberland, England. A tributary of the River Tyne it joins that river from the south, near the village of Dilston about south-west of Corbridge. It is formed from the waters of several smaller burns and sikes between Embley and Hackford some to the south of Hexham.

Its tributaries include Rowley Burn and West Dipton Burn.

Devil's Water is of historical interest, figuring in the Battle of Hexham.

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River Tyne Whitley Chapel Dilston Bridge over Devil's Water, Dilston Earl's Bridge over Devil's Water, Dilston Linnels Linnels Bridge
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Swallowship - The Devils Water c1860

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High Staples Ford

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Lord's Bridge over Devil's Water, Dilston

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A695 Road Bridge at Dilston over the Devil's Water

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Bridge over Devil's Water, Dilston
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Bridge over Devil's Water, Dilston
Dilston
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Dilston
- Dilston is a small settlement located by the Devil's Water, just over a mile south-west of Corbridge in Northumberland.
Earl's Bridge over Devil's Water, Dilston
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Earl's Bridge over Devil's Water, Dilston
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Devil's Water near Burntshield Haugh

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Devil's Water near Embley Bank

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Devils Water from Source to Rowley Burn

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Devils Water from Rowley Burn to Tyne

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Whitley Chapel
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Whitley Chapel
- Overview About Whitley Chapel Map Street View Whitley Chapel is a village in Northumberland, located about 4 miles south of Hexham. It is within the civil parish of Hexhamshire. The parish ...
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Footbridge over Devil's Water near Holly Well

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Site of former dam on Devil's Water, above footbridge

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Footbridge over Devil's Water

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Bridge over Devil's Water near Redlead Mill

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Devil's Water south of Redlead Mill

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Ruined weir on the Devil's Water

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Devil's Water below Sally's Launch

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Site of old dam on Devil's Water, east of footbridge

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Upper Devils Water in low water

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Confluence of Heron's Burn and Devil's Water

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Pethfoot Bridge

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Ford at Pethfoot Bridge

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Road bridge over Devil's Water

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Devil's Water from Linnelswood Bridge

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Linnelswood Bridge

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Devil's Water and Linnelswood Bridge

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Devil's Water from Linnels Bridge

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Linnels Bridge

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Linnels Mill

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Devils Water

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Devils Water Entering Swallowship Gorge

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Devil's Water

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Devil's Water at West Haugh

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Devil's Water at West Haugh

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Devils Water

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Dilston Scout Camp Site

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Devil's Water, Dilston

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River Tyne

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Confluence of the Devil's Water with the Tyne

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Mouth of Devils Water as it reaches River Tyne

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Devil's Water Flood Wall

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Linnels
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Linnels
- Overview Map Street View Linnels is a hamlet by Devil's Water, located about a mile and a half south-east of Hexham and 3 miles south-west of Corbridge.
Linnels Bridge
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Linnels Bridge
- Overview Map Street View The stone bridge over Devil's Water in Linnels in Northumberland is thought to have been built in 1698.[1] It incorporate and inscribed tablet from an earlier bridge ...

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