Tow House, Northumberland


Tow House is a village in Northumberland, adjacent to Henshaw and Redburn. Tow House is located near Bardon Mill and lies off the A69 road, 10 miles west of Hexham. The village is situated close to the north banks of the River South Tyne. Tow House is part of the civil parish of Bardon Mill and Henshaw. There is a 16th century bastle in Tow Law and a village green.

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Cottages at Tow House Green

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Tow House Looking Towards Redburn

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Victorian postbox in Tow House

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Bardon Mill & Henshaw Parishes
- "Bardon Mill and Henshaw is the community that comprises the hamlets of Bardon Mill, Beltingham, Henshaw, Thorngrafton, Tow House, Ridley, Redburn and Westwood. It is situated east of the Allen ...

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Redburn, Northumberland
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Redburn, Northumberland
- Redburn is a village in Northumberland, adjacent to Henshaw and Tow House. Redburn is located near Bardon Mill and lies off the A69 road, 9 miles west of Hexham. The village is situated close to the ...

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