Haugh Head


Haugh Head is a small village by Wooler Water, it is a mile south of Wooler in Northumberland, on the A697 road. The village has a garage, the Glendale Business Park, farms and a few residences, including Surrey House (a Grade II listed former coaching inn). There is also an early 19th century Dovecote, which is also Grade II listed. A signal box of 1887 marks a former level crossing of the old Alnwick to Cornhill railway.

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Signal box 'The Crossing' at Haugh Head

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Haugh Head

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Ford at Haugh Head

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Farm Buildings at Lilburn Hill

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Wooler
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Wooler
- Overview About Wooler Timeline Map Street View Wooler is an historic market town and parish in Northumberland, situated on the edge of the Northumberland National Park, and the Cheviot Hills. ...

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