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Elsdon Burn


Elsdon Burn is a small river in Northumberland, which is a tributary of the River Rede, which itself flows into the River North Tyne.

River Rede Former Road Bridge over Elsdon Burn Elsdon Floods, 2008 Elsdon Bridge Elsdon
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Elsdon Burn

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Downstream Elsdon Burn

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Footbridge over Elsdon Burn

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Elsdon Burn and Elsdon Bridge

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Elsdon Burn lower catchment (Trib of Rede)

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Elsdon Burn Upper Catchment East

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Elsdon Burn Upper Catchment West

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Elsdon
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Elsdon
- Overview About Elsdon Map Street View Elsdon is a village in Northumberland, located about 10 miles south-west of Rothbury and 3 miles east of Otterburn. The village grew up around the ...
Former Road Bridge over Elsdon Burn
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Former Road Bridge over Elsdon Burn
- Overview Map Street View The former road bridge over Elsdon Burn, at the north-end of the village of Elsdon was built in the late 18th or early 19th century.[1] The ...
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A former road bridge over Elsdon Burn

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Elsdon Bridge
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Elsdon Bridge
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Upstream Elsdon Burn

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