Haughton, Northumberland


Haughton is located by the River North Tyne, a mile north of Humshaugh. In medieval times there was a village at Haughton, but this was removed when the grounds of Haughton Castle were laid out in the early 19th century.[1Wester Hall was built near the castle in 1732. Today there are a few dwellings in addition to Haughton Castle and Wester Hall.

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Hackbank Cottages

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Wester Hall

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Haughton Castle

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Wester Hall
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Wester Hall
- Overview Map Webster Hall in Haughton, near Humshaugh, was built in 1732. The Hall is a Grade II listed building.
Haughton Castle
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Haughton Castle
- Overview About Haughton Castle Map Haughton Castle is a privately owned country house in Northumberland located a mile north of Humshaugh and on the south side of the River North ...
Humshaugh
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Humshaugh
- Overview About Humshaugh Map Street View Northumberland Humshaugh is a parish near Hexham in Northumberland, England. This small village is just north of Chollerford, which is located near Chesters Fort ...
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Local History: Humshaugh

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