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Lisles Burn


Lisles Burn is a small river in Northumberland which is a tributary of the River Rede. Lisles Burn joins the River Rede near East Woodburn.

River Rede East Woodburn Chairford Bridge
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Lisles Burn

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Lisles Burn

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Footbridge over Lisles Burn

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Fish Ladder near Linnheads

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Lisles Burn at East Woodburn

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Footpath over Lisles Burn

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East Woodburn
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East Woodburn
- Overview Map Street View East Woodburn is a village in Northumberland, located about 14 miles north of Hexham and 4½ miles north-east of Bellingham. The settlement is situated by Lisles Burn, ...
Chairford Bridge
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Chairford Bridge
- Overview Map Street View Chairford Bridge, in East Woodburn, carries the road over Lisles Burn. It is a stone hup-backed bridge, built in the early 19th century. Chairford Bridge is Grade ...

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