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Southern Scotland and Northumberland (OS Travel Map - Road S.)

Castles and Tower Houses of Northumberland
Castles and Tower Houses of Northumberland

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Northumberland Mining Disasters
Thunder Underground: Northumberland Mining Disasters 1815-1865

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The Inn Northumberland: The Complete and Unique Guide to a Circular Walk in Northumberland

Prehistoric Rock Art of Northumberland

Place Names and Field Names of Northumberland
Place Names and Field Names of Northumberland

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Northumberland - Strange But True

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Tour NorthumberlandNorthumberland (Pevsner Buildings of England S.) The county's remarkable and richly varied military architecutre, from Hadrian's Wall to Warkworth, contrasts with monastic ruins buried deep in the valleys of the Coquet and the Aln or standing proudly by the sea at Holy Island and Tynemouth. Newcastle upon Tyne has the most elegant nineteenth-century city centre in England. Elsewhere the distinctive smaller towns include Alnwick, dominated by its castle, Hexham with its priory, brick-built Morpeth, and Berwick-upon-Tweed, ringed with exceptional sixteenth-century fortifications. Great country houses range from Vanbrugh's theatrical Seaton Delaval to Sir Charles Monck's austere Belsay and Norman Shaw's romantic Cragside. Monuments of a great industrial past, as well as a wealth of smaller buildings, such as bastle houses (peelhouses or stronghouses unique to the Border country), are all vividly described in this revised guide to Northumberland's architectural pleasures.

The Hidden Places of NorthumberlandThe Hidden Places of Northumberland & Durham (Hidden Places Travel Guides) Northumberland has much to offer the visitor with the Cheviot Hills, the Kielder Forest Park, Hadrian's Wall and the North Northumberland Heritage Coast which, of course includes Bamburgh Castle, Holy Island and the Farne Islands. County Durham has a rich industrial heritage particularly in mining, steel and shipbuilding some of which is now in the relatively new county of Tyne & Wear, but it also possesses the historical city of Durham with its magnificent cathedral and castle and, to the north, the beautiful scenery of Weardale, Teesdale and the northern Pennines. Tour Northumberland.

Northumberlandl National Park GuideNorthumberland (Official National Park Guide) In the wilds of the Border country. Hadrian's Wall runs along the crest of the Whin Sill while drifts of prairie and forest lead to the North Tyne valley and Redesdale. Today's military training area at Otterburn reminds us that the Romans were not the first, nor the last, soldiers to find themselves stationed in this wilderness. The heather-covered Simonside Hills are home to emperor moths, grouse and curlews. The Cheviot Hills are a rolling massif of 'white land', a long-extinct volcano with a granite heart, covered by a tracery of prehistoric settlements and field systems. Exploring the sweeping hills of the Northumberland National Park, where the far horizons melt into scudding cloud and sunshine, can be an intense and surprising experience.

Walking in NorthumberlandWalking in Northumberland: 36 Day Walks (Cicerone British Walking S.) Walking in Northumberland provides the reader with 35 walks ranging from wild walking and craggy ascents to forest treks and gentle riverside strolls. Endless empty miles of sandy bays, rippling dunes and rocky points are accompanied by the tides of history, as the walks lead you through the cradle of northern Christianity and past silhouetted coastal castles.

Kings in the NorthKings in the North In the Middle Ages, the earls of Northumberland were famed, or notorious, as the Kings in the North, a region they ran almost as an hereditary domain. Alexander Rose traces the history of this ancient and sometimes haughty dynasty, from the moment William de Percy stepped into England alongside William the Conqueror to the waning of the medieval era after the Battle of Bosworth in 1485.

NorthumberlandNorthumberland (Collins New Naturalist S.) A definitive natural history of Northumberland, from its ecological history, geology and climate to its naturalists and conservation issues. Drawing on his extensive knowledge and experience of the region, Angus Lunn gives a comprehensive account of several types of habitats and geographical areas, including woodlands, the Kielder Forest, moorlands, other inland terrestrial habitats such as montane and limestone habitats and lowland mires, rivers, lakes, reservoirs and ponds, and the coast. The book examines the history and ecology of each of these habitats, and describes the rich variety of flora and fauna to be found living there. Illustrated with over 100 black-and-white line drawings and photographs, plus a colour photographs, this is a comprehensive guide to an area of great natural history and interest. Tour Northumberland.

Northumbria Church WalksNorthumbria Church Walks This is the fourth in the successful 'church walks' series. A collection of 30 detailed circular walks throughout Northumbria ranging from 4 to 12 miles with alternative shorter options, each starting from a noteworthy church. It links historical and cultural details of churches with walks. Easy to follow instructions combined with cross-referenced maps make these walks ideal either for those who wish to complete the full walk or for visiting the church and exploring the immediate vicinity. Hills, dales and magnificent coastlines are combined with a selection of over 40 churches open to visitors, with many photographs. Insight is provided into our cultural and artistic heritage with fine examples of stained glass windows, ancient crosses, medieval fonts, wood carvings and sculptures old and new. Follow in the footsteps of northern saints, such as Aidan and Cuthbert to encounter solitude and inspiration in a rich variety of attractive villages and unspoilt corners. Bring to mind the Prince Bishops, the Border Reivers and such noted families as the Percys and the Nevilles against a background of castles and pele towers. There is something here for everyone, including children, and those who prefer a short stroll or a full length walk.

Northumbria KingdomNorthumbria, 500-1100: Creation and Destruction of a Kingdom This book deals with the rise and fall of the kingdom of Northumbria. It examines the mechanisms of ethnic, political, social and religious change which, beginning after the end of the Roman Empire, welded the large and disparate area between the Humber and the Firth of Forth into one of the most powerful kingdoms of early medieval England, and those which led to its disintegration and its replacement by political structures of northern England and southern Scotland.

Exploring Northumberland HistoryExploring Northumberland History Exploring Northumberland History was born out of a deep-seated love of the heritage, history and landscape of this very special county. Its marvellous geography, its unique political position, its special place in the history of the north and the character of its lively inhabitants have woven together to produce that unique Northumbrian charisma. Northumberland is a huge county and was frequently described in early documents as a wasteland, and indeed, it suffered greatly as a buffer state between the continually warring kingdoms of England and Scotland - sometimes taking sides but in reality owing allegiance to neither. Northumberland's colourful and sometimes bloody history has been dramatically acted out against the wonderful backdrop of the high, wild, Cheviot Hills; the rolling forests, moors and farmland; and the miles and miles of wonderfully unspoilt coastline that make up this much appreciated area. This new book is a clever blend of contemporary photographs and historical fact, coloured with old folk-stories and mystery to lead us on an exciting exploration through the history of England's most northerly county.

Northumbria at WarNorthumbria at War: War and Conflict in Northumberland and Durham Explores war and conflict in Northumberland and Durham from the Celtic age to modern times. The author reconstructs the epic struggles, setting them in the context of their tumultuous times and recalling the human bravery and frailty that influenced their outcome. His account is based on research and is illustrated with maps. Tour Northumberland.

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