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Narrowgate, Alnwick


Narrowgate is a street in the centre of Alnwick. Narrowgate was pedestrianised in July 2019 for what was meant to be a 12-month trial period; this was extended because of the Covid pandemic. In 1842, Victorian heronine, Grace Darling came to convalesce with her cousins, the MacFarlanes, in their house in Narrowgate, when she became very ill with tuberculosis in 1842.

Alnwick The Dirty Bottles
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Alnwick: Narrowgate

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Alnwick Townscape : Fenkle Street Runs Into Narrowgate, Alnwick

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Alnwick: Narrowgate

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Alnwick: Narrowgate

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Narrowgate, Alnwick

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The Dirty Bottles, Alnwick

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Narrowgate, Alnwick

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Wall and Tower, Narrowgate, Alnwick

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The Dirty Bottles
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The Dirty Bottles
- Overview Map Street View The Dirty Bottles is a freehouse pub on Narrowgate in Alnwick. The right-hand part of the building has 2 windows and dates from the 17th century; ...

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