Sewingshields, Northumberland


Sewingshields is a hamlet, located by Hadrian's Wall, about 4 miles north of Haydon Bridge in Northumberland. It was common for stone from the Roman wall to be re-used for building, as was the case with Sewingshields Farm, when it was constructed in the early 19th century (a Grade II listed building). A section of Hadrian's Wall runs along Sewingshields Crags, including Milecastle 35 and Turret 35A (sometimes referred to as 'Grindon Turret').

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Sewing Shields Farm

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Old Repeater Station

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Road junction at The Old Repeater Station (B6138)

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B6318, Sewing Shields

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Corner Cottage, Sewingshields

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The cottage east of Sewingshields Wood

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Cottages neat Sewingshields Farm

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Hadrian's Wall Path near Sewing Shields

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Corner Cottage on Sewingshields Farm, Hadrian's Wall

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Grindon, near Haydon Bridge, Northumberland
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Grindon, near Haydon Bridge, Northumberland
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