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Hemscott Hill


Hemscott Hill (Hemscotthill on some maps) is a farm/hamlet in Druridge Bay, Northumberland, located just over a mile north of Cresswell. Nearby are the Hemscott Hill Links. The farmhouse at Hemscott Hill Farm is a Grade II listed building, as are the 19th century farm buildings. There is an unusual Second World War Pillbox by the roadside on Hemscott Hill and Anti-Tank Barriers by the Links.

Druridge Bay Widdrington Village Civil Parish Pillbox, Hemscott Hill Anti Tank Defences, Druridge Bay Farmhouse, Hemscott Hill
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Hemscott Hill

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Hempscott Hill Farm

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Hemscott Hill

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Farm at Hemscott Hill

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Coastal road towards Druridge

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CARTSHED, SHELTER SHEDS AND PIGSTIES TO NORTH WEST OF HEMSCOTT HILL - List Entry
- "Cartsheds probably early C19, shelter sheds and pigsties mid-C19. Cartsheds rubble, other buildings roughly-squared stone with tooled-and-margined quoins; slate roofs. Shelter shed L-plan; south wing has 3 segmental arches and ...

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