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Langleeford


Langleeford is a remote hamlet in Northumberland, located by the Harthope Burn, about 5 miles south-west of Wooler. Langleeford forms part of the Civil Parish of Earle. Langleeford farmhouse is a Grade II listed building and the poet Sir Walter Scott stayed here in 1791.

Northumberland Earle Civil Parish Harthope Burn Langleeford Hope Farmbuildings at Langleeford Farm Langleeford Farmhouse
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Bridge and "Private Road" leading to Langleeford

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Harthope Burn
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Harthope Burn
- Harthope Burn is a small river in Northumberland. It flows roughly north-westerly for 9.5km (catchment area 18.9 km2)[1] before it joins Carey Burn at Skirl Naked to form Coldgate Water (later ...
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Langleeford, Harthope Valley.

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Bridge at Langleeford

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Langleeford, Harthope Valley

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Langleeford Hope
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Langleeford Hope
- Overview Map Langleeford Hope is a remote farmstead by the Harthope Burn in Northumberland, located near The Cheviot (hill), about 6 miles south-west of Wooler. The hamet of Langleeford, also ...

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