Seaton Burn (river)


Seaton Burn is a small river in Northumberland. It arises near Brunswick Village as Hartley Burn, flowing into Big Waters (now a nature reserve , originally  formed in the 1920's as a result of mining subsidence). Then from Little Waters, near Seaton Burn (village) the Seaton Burn flows broadly eastwards, eventually discharging int the North Sea at Seaton Sluice. In total the Burn is 18.6 km long and has a catchment area of 5,269 hectares.[1]
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Stepping stones over Seaton Burn

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Seaton Burn from Source to Tidal Limit
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The Old Stone Bridge, Holywell Dene

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Fallen Trees across the Seaton Burn

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The Seaton Burn Emerging from a Tunnel

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Seaton Burn and the bridge carrying the Hartley West Farm track, Seaton Sluice, Northumberland

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Seaton Burn, Dudley

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The Seaton Burn running East

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Footbridge over Seaton Burn

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The Burn

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The Little Waters Seaton Burn

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Seghill
- Overview About Seghill Map Street View Seghill is a village near Cramlington in Northumberland situated between Seaton Delaval and Annitsford. Seghill developed as a mining village; Seghill Colliery was opened ...
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Stepping stones across the Seaton Burn

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