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Frosty Morning.
After the Storm (Photo Art).
Bothal Weir.
Bamburgh Castle.
Nunriding.
Boulmer Tractors.
Bumble Bee.
Dunstanburgh Castle.
Kielder Water.
Nortnumberland Panorama.

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44)  
Me 
Location:
Blyth
Great website with some stunning photo's. Why not help preserve our countryside around Blyth and join in with www.wildblyth.co.uk Have your say about the new building sites around our area - help keep our fields
43)  
jdmiller 
Location:
west jordan utah
My maiden name is featherstone loved the photos of the castle could you let me know if the featherstone family still live there and if not who takes care of it it looks wonderful thanks for the great piks by now
42)  
Derek Smith 
Location:
London W
Inspirational . Makes one want to visit the locations.
41)  
Phil Easton 
Location:
Cambria, California
Hi, I was born in Hexham, and spent most of the sticky parts of WWII at Houxty, just up the Bellingham road from Wark. I started school at Wark School (the old stone one by the Tyne).

My Grandfather ran a market garden and orchid hybridizing business at Houxty (The garden part being called Houxty Gardens), an Uncle of mine ran Tyne Green Nurseries in Hexham.

I had a Great Uncle who worked at Robbs from the horse and buggy days until into his '90's. Another Uncle worked in Martins Bank in Bellingham. I have lived in California since the '60's.

I think I was sent over to refute the idea that there was a brain drain (as it was called then).

I love where I live now, and I loved my childhood up the North Tyne Valley.

All the best

40)  
Andrew heeley 
Location:
Scots Gap, Northumberland.
Happy to live right in the middle. Work in it, live in it, walk in it, cycle in it, appreciate it, love it. Photos are superb.
39)  
John Ramsden 
Location:
Takeley.Essex
Born at North Seaton Colliery and a frequent visitor "home".Fabulous photos on the site to keep the spirits up until the next visit.
38)  
Jon Lumsdon 
Location:
Durham
I was originally born in Ashington, Northumberland but moved away when I was five. I love the place and try to get back as often as possible. My favourite places to visit are Ingram valley, Druridge Bay, Dunstanburgh Castle and any of the hills in the Cheviots. For anyone who hasnt been here before I totally recommend it, dont be put off by the local scallies.
37)  
jim agans 
Location:
madison wi usa
I was in Corbridge and newcastle in Jan 92....If and when I can afford it again, Ill go back. It is a spiritual place.
I loved the walks. Even in Jan it was much warmer than where I live now

cheers!
36)  
Mike Howieson 
Location:
Perth, Western Australia.
We spent a most memorable couple of days at Seahouses during a motoring trip around the UK a few years ago. Your excellent website revived those memories of the Bamburgh/Seahouses coast and the wonderfully hospitable people who live and work in the area. Our thanks to you all.
35)  
Ruth Jenkins 
Location:
Newcastle U-T
Doing ecology coursework on species diversity of macroinvertebrats in Carey Burn. If anyone has a good description of the area could they please send it. Thanks.Beautiful place!
34)  
Terry 
Location:
Durham, England
Really pleased to have come across your
site, didn't know it existed until I happened across it today. Congratulations on the great photographs. When I get my links page up and running again I'll be pleased to add your great site to it.
33)  
Robbie 
Location:
Northumberland
Have to say this site is an absolute credit to the wonderful county of Northumberland. It has inspired me to travel around this beautiful county and explore the many smalll villages and the relentless scenery.

After looking at this site I will never be able to take my beautiful home for granted again!

32)  
Lydia Concannon 
Location:
Rotherham , South Yorkshire
We have just had a week's holiday in Norhumberland ,and it has been lovely looking at your web site, going back to the places that we visited.

It has brought back many happy memories.

31)  
Jack Ripley 
Location:
St. Louis Missouri
Northumberland is one of the most beautiful (and friendliest) places in all of England.

When I think of a place I'd rather be it is always Northumberland.

30)  
Claire Lascelles 
Location:
teesside
Never been that far out but its deffo on my list for this summer pics are fantastic
29)  
David MacFarlane 
Location:
Dundas Ontario CANADA
What fantastic memories of two years I spent at RAF Boulmer in 1960 to 1962. the photos are great
28)  
Dorothy Mills 
Location:
Alnwick, Northumberland
Thanks for the wonderful pictures. It gives me inspiration to travel more around our beautiful area.
27)  
Tjitske 
Location:
Netherlands
We are a dutch couple travelling to Northumberland next week. It will be our first visit. We were looking forward to it, but seeing your wonderful pictures we are sure it will be al lovely short holiday.

Thanks very much!

26)  
PAULINE CARR 
Location:
Bedlington Northumberland
I am Northumbrian born ( bottom of cheviot) Went to school in Wooler. I have roamed but needed to return to appreciate this wonderful county.

I am related to the Jacksons of college valley and Hendersons of amble. Any one that is connected please send me any information.

25)  
Dee Dove 
Location:
Florida, USA
Great to stumble on to your page and enjoy the places where my ancestors lived and died. Hope to come to this area in 05 with the Ogle Association.

We are all related to Sir Robert Ogle buried at Hexam Cemetary.

Your pictures come to us clear and beautiful. Thanks for sharing.

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