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Molesden Burn


Molesden Burn is stream in Northumberland, which is a tributary of the River Wansbeck. The burn flows northward past the hamlet of Molesden before it's confluence with the Wansbeck. Historically, it was known as Moles Burn.

River Wansbeck Molesden
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Pond beside the Molesden Burn

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Molesden Burn

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Occasional ford and footbridge

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Molesden
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Molesden
- Overview Map Street View Molesden is a hamlet in Northumberland, located about 3 miles south-west of Morpeth and 2 miles from Mitford. Molesden Burn flows by the settlement before it ...

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