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Edlingham Burn


Edlingham Burn is a small river, which is a tributary of the River Aln in Northumberland. The burn is 14.2 km long, with a catchment area of 28 km2.[1] The burn flows through the village of Edlingham and runs close to Edlingham Castle, Lemmington Mill, and Lemmington Hall. The burn is spanned by the Edlingham Railway Viaduct. Edlingham Burn joins the River Aln near Broome Park.

River Aln River Aln Broome Park Edlingham Railway Viaduct Edlingham Coal Burn (river)
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Ford through Edlingham Burn and Farmland

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Lemmington Mill

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Edlingham Burn

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Cottages beside the Edlingham Burn

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Edlingham Burn

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Footbridge over Edlingham Burn

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Footbridge over The Edlingham Burn

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A view of Edlingham

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Corby's Letch waterfall

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Edlingham Burn from Source to Aln

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Edlingham

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Edlingham Castle

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Edlingham
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Edlingham
- Overview About Edlingham Map Street View Edlingham is a village in Northumberland located about 6 miles north-east of Rothbury and 5 miles south-west of Alnwick. There was a significant Medieval ...
Edlingham Railway Viaduct
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Edlingham Railway Viaduct
- Overview Map Street View This railway viaduct is located under half a mile north-east of Edlingham in Northumberland, and close to Edlingham Castle. It was built in c.1885 for the ...
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Old viaduct at Edlingham

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River Aln
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River Aln
- Overview Further Information Bridges The River Aln is a river in Northumberland which rises in Alnham in the Cheviot Hills and discharges into the North Sea at Alnmouth. Historically the ...
Broome Park
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Broome Park
- Broome Park and Low Broome Park are hamlets near Alnwick in Northumberland. Historically Broom Park (note the different spelling below) was a township in the Parish of Edlingham. BROOM-PARK, a ...

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