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Photos of Northumberland - Flodden Battlefield, Branxton.
These photos were taken at the site of the Battle of Flodden which took place in 1513, in North Northumberland, at Branxton near the border.
The English and Scottish Armies met in battle and over 14,000 soldiers were dead or dying in just a few hours.
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Branxton Hill - where the Scottish Army led by king
James IV were encamped
In this marshy ground between the two hills, most of
the battle took place.
One of a number of information boards that tell the story of the battle.
Now peaceful farm land, but over 14,000 soldiers lay dead or dying here in just a few hours.
A view towards Branxton Village.
St Paul's Church Branxton.
St Paul's Church Branxton, Branxton.
View from Piper's Hill, to Branxton Hill.
The Flodden Monument on Piper's Hill.
View to Branxton from Piper's Hill.
View north from Piper's Hill.