Local History: Cartington

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    "The parish of Cartington lies in central Northumberland and is almost entirely made up of high moorland. It stretches from the heights of Mount Pleasant in the east, across Cartington Hill, to the Black Burn in the west. Several streams flow though the parish to join the River Coquet, one of the deepest valleys being created by the Debdon Burn which provided hydroelectric power to Lord Armstrong's Cragside. The name Cartington is Scandinavian in origin and derives from `Kiartan's hill' or `homestead of Kiartan's people.' ..."
  • Owner

    Keys to the Past (Durham & Northumbria County Councils)
  • Source

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    Link: http://www.keystothepast.info/article/10339/Site-Details?PRN=N13006
    Resource type: Text/Website
    Added by: Simon Cotterill
    Last modified: 4 years, 12 months ago
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