Great Ryle, Northumberland


Great Ryle is a hamlet by the Cheviots in Northumberland, located about 3 miles north-west of Whittingham and 1 mile north of Little Ryle. The settlement consists of a couple of farms and a few cottages. There are records of a tower being built her in 1541, bit nothing remains of it today.

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Great Ryle Farm

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Farm Cottages, Great Ryle

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Water Troughs, Great Ryle

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Farm Cottages, Great Ryle

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Farm Buildings, Great Ryle

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Lane, Great Ryle

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Grassland, Great Ryle

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GREAT RYLE TOWER
- "...Thomas Collingewood is described in the Survey of 1541 as having just built a tower at Great Ryle...The site of the tower, mentioned in 1541, is unknown..."

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Little Ryle, Northumberland
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Little Ryle, Northumberland
- Overview Map Street View Little Ryle is a hamlet in Northumberland, located by the River Aln, 11 miles west of Alnwick and 6 miles north of Rothbuy. Alnham is just ...

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