Stanley Burn


Stanley Burn is a tributary of the River Tyne. It joins the Tyne near Wylam. Stanley Burn is about 4.8km long, with a catchment area of 18 km2[1]. Stanley Burn Wood is an ancient semi-natural woodland, managed by the Woodland Trust.

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The old Stanleyburn Bridge

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Bridge over Stanley Burn.

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Stanley Burn

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Meander in Stanley Burn

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Footbridge over Stanley Burn

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Footbridge over Stanley Burn near Durham Riding

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Stanley Burn north of Moor Road

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Viaduct over Stanley Burn

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Stanley Burn Catchment (trib of Tyne)

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Stanleyburn Bridge
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Stanleyburn Bridge

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