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Plashetts Burn


Plashetts Burn is a small river which flows into Kielder Water in Northumberland. The catchment area of Plashetts Burn, incorporating other smaller burns, is 5km long and covers an area of 11.9 km2.[1] The area forms part of Kielder Forest. There was once a small mining village at Plashetts.

River North Tyne Plashetts Kielder Water & Forest Park
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Plashetts Burn

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Bridge, Plashetts Burn

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Plashetts

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Blackarm Knowe

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Plashetts Burn Catch (trib of N Tyne)

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Kielder Water & Forest Park
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Kielder Water & Forest Park
- Overview About Kielder Water About Kielder Forest Map Street View Kielder Water is a resevoir in Northumberland, which is the largest artificial lake in the UK by water capacity. It ...
Plashetts
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Plashetts
- Plashetts was a village in Northumberland, located roughly 4 miles north-west of Falstone. There was farm here and possibly a deserted medieval settlement. Then in the 1850s Plashetts Colliery was opened ...

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