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This section features photos of the Northumberland Coast from Berwick in the north to Seaton Sluice in the south - a virtual tour!
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While it may not be apparent from the blue skies, this page contains photos of the Northumberland Coast taken in almost every month of the year.
Northumberland Coast Page 1 - Berwick to Seahouses.
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Cliffs between Berwick and the Scottish Border.
Beach and rocks at Sharpers Head, Berwick.
The coast at Berwick seen from the end of the pier.
The view south along the coast from Berwick Pier.
The promenade and beach at Spittal on the south side of the River Tweed.
East Coast Main Line above the coast near Spittal.
View from the cliffs between Spittal and Cocklawburn.
Cocklawburn Beach is a few miles south of Spittal.
Cheswick Sands - a huge beach and possibly the best on the coast.
Goswick Sands - a vast expanse of flat beach at low tide -
Further down the coast is Holy Island.
Holy Island - some fine hidden beaches, great views and a lot of history.
Ross Sands - another vast, empty beach with views to hitoric castles in each direction.
Budle Bay - seen here in the evening.
A short distance further south is Bamburgh - famous for it's castle.
The Castle is seen here from the beach in summer shortly after sunrise.
Just off the coast are the Farne Islands.
Inner Farne is seen here from the beach at Bamburgh.
Seahouses is a few miles south of Bamburgh.
The view here is from the Harbour pier looking towards the village.