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Hulne Priory, Alnwick, Northumberland.
Hulne Priory is situated in Hulne park at Alnwick, it was founded in the 13th century by the "White Friars".
Parts of the priory are intact while other sections are ruins. The tower is intact and the chapel is now a private home,
Hulne Park is a private property and part of the estate of Alnwick Castle but the public are allowed access to some of the tracks at certain times of day.
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Hulne Priory Entrance.
The Tower seen from outside.
The Tower and Chapel.
Part of the priory remains.
Two of the priory windows.
One of the entrance gates with statues on either side.
Parts of the ruins covered in climbing plants.
Another view from outside.
A doorway arch.