Gunnerton


Gunnerton is a village in Northumberland, located by Gunnerton Burn, just over 2 miles north-west of Chollerton. During medieval times there was a tower house and a chapel in Gunnerton (both no longer standing). The Church of St Christopher dates from 1899. To the north of the village, by Gunnerton Burn, are the remains of a Norman motte and bailey castle, and a 19th century lime kiln. There is a further lime kiln to the east, by Gunnerton Nick.

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St. Christopher's Church, Gunnerton (2)

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Road Junction, Gunnerton

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Gunnerton

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Bridge over Coal Burn

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Gunnerton Burn

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New Play Area, Gunnerton

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Lane heading west from Gunnerton

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Track to Gunnerton

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Green's Fell

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Margaret's Well
- "This is a well called either Margaret's Well or Lady's Well springing from a hollow near Gunnerton Burn. The spring now runs through a pipe though there are ...

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Gunnerton Tower
- "A medieval tower house once stood at Gunnerton. It is mentioned in surveys made in 1541 and 1715 but by the beginning of the 20th century only one wall survived ...

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