Smeafield


Smeafield is a hamlet located about two and a half miles north-west of Belford in Northumberland. There is a large farm with a few cottages and to the north of the farm are some additional dwellings by the former railway station, where there is a level crossing over the East Coast Mainline. Smeafield Lodge is located nearby, by the A1 road. Buckton Burn and County Burn join, near Smeafield, to form Elwick Burn.

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Smeafield Lodge

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Smeafield Farm

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East Coast Mainline at Smeafield

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Wild Garlic in woodland near Smeafield

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Restricted byway through Railway Plantation

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Sheep pasture near Smeafield

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Looking north along the East Coast Mainline near Smeafield

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Approaching Smeafield level crossing

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Smeafield level crossing

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Smeafield level crossing

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Smeafield Level Crossing

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Elwick Burn
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Elwick Burn
- Elwick Burn is a small river in Northumberland, which is a tributary of Ross Low. Elwick Burn is formed at the confluence of Buckton Burn and County Burn, near Smeafield. ...

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