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Entrance to Dunstan Steads

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Converted farm buildings at Dunstan Steads

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Dunstan Steads cottages

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Dunstan Steads farmhouse

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Bridleway from Dunstan Steads to Dunstan Square

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Dunstan Steads

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Road at Dunstan Steads

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Anti-tank cubes near Dunstan Steads

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Lane and houses in Dunstan Steads

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Farm cottages at Dunstan Steads

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Farmhouse at Dunstan Steads

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Rectangular concrete pillbox close to Dunstan Steads

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WW2 Pillbox - Dunstan Steads

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Coastal Northumberland : WW2 Pillbox at South End Of Embleton Bay

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Coastal Northumberland : WW2 Pillbox at the South End of Embleton Bay

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Coastal Northumberland : WW2 Pillbox at the South End Of Embleton Bay

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Pill box, Embleton Bay

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A Tower at Dunstan Steads - by John Wykeham Archer, 1852
- A Tower at Dunstan Steads, the Reputed Birth Place of Duns Scotus 1852 JOHN WYKEHAM ARCHER

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