Northumberland in 29 great photographs from the Chronicle archive



You don’t need us to tell you, but Northumberland is one of England’s great counties.
Peerless coastlines, rugged scenery, ancient castles, atmospheric battlefields, noble stately homes, and charming towns and villages, it’s got the lot – not to mention the small matter of Hadrian’s Wall, a spectacular and ancient reminder of the Romans’ time in Britain.
With its rivers, forests and hills, it is also, in places, a bleakly beautiful location.
Our photos from the Sunday Sun and Chronicle archive reflect the scope of Northumberland.
We see the main road through Morpeth which, 50 years ago, was... read more

 
16 October 2016 in Regional North East, Views: 30
Source: Sunday Sun
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