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Find out how to get to north Northumberland and travel around once you're here. Full details on our travel page, including tips on how to get the cheapest deal on the bus or train.
Some of the films and TV programmes that have been made in north Northumberland over the years.
A poltergeist in Embleton in 1957 and big cat sightings. Read more.
Fighting the development of windfarms proposed for both Swinhoe and Sionside farms, Belford, Northumberland
Twenty-three giant wind turbines are planned for Belford Burn and Middleton Burn. Some will be close to Cuthbert's Cave. Please join the campaign to save our countryside. Middleton Burn Action Group.
North Sunderland Railway
A film from 1928 shows the railway line that linked Bamburgh, Seahouses and North Sunderland. Watch it on the British Pathe website. More details about the line at Northumbrian Railways.
Grimm's Northumberland sketchbooks
Swiss artist Samuel Hieronymus Grimm sketched Northumberland in the late 18th century.
See his pen and ink drawings of Bamburgh, Holy Island, Alnwick and more in an online exhibition at the British Library website.
Welcome to the part of England that stretches from Alnwick to Berwick upon Tweed. This is Northumberland — the northernmost county. Steeped in history, this quiet and peaceful region offers great scenery, magnificent castles, beautiful beaches and a warm welcome to visitors. If you would like to visit Northumberland, check out the ads on our pages to help you with your vacation plans — including hotels and cottages and other holiday accommodation and packages.
Four of the best beaches in north Northumberland. Whether you're paddling and building sandcastles, surfing or looking for peace and quiet, you'll find something here.
Sounds of the countryside
Some of the sounds you can enjoy in spring in north Northumberland. Featuring three exclusive stereo audio recordings.
Each lasts 60-90 seconds. They were recorded on Wednesday 6 May 2009 between the hours of 6am and 8am. The photographs were taken at each location at the same time.
First is the sound of a burn, second a point on a public footpath between there and Juniper Hill (listen out for the owl at the beginning). Finally a small oak wood on the Hill itself. If you would like to do this walk, see footpath number one.
Take a trip to the Farne Islands
The high ground to the north of Bamburgh gives a great view of Bamburgh castle, the village and Farne Islands. Google asked the public which UK landmarks should be added to its Street View service and Bamburgh castle was the winner. See our Street View sightseeing tour on this page.
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Some curiosites can be seen from the road -- like the "old ducket" at Spindlestone (seen above) which was converted into holiday accommodation recently.
Click here to see our interactive map.
If you would like to license one of our photographs for print or online, please get in touch.
Prints are also available: for your family album or to hang on the wall.