Bellingham and the North Tyne a short history and guide. by Graham, Frank

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Published by Graham in Newcastle upon Tyne .

Written in English

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  • Tyne Valley (England)

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  • Tyne Valley (England) -- Guidebooks.

Edition Notes

Book details

SeriesNorthern history booklets,, no. 27, Northern history booklet ;, no. 27.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsDA670.T93 G7
The Physical Object
Pagination45 p.
Number of Pages45
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5451696M
ISBN 100902833863
LC Control Number73153755
OCLC/WorldCa628638

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It’s a well-known stop-over on the Pennine Way, the Pennine Cycle Way and the Reivers Coast to Coast cycle route. There are shops, eating places, banking, library, garage, toilets, car parks and bus stops.

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Bellingham, an extensive parish and a small market and union town, head of a county court district and petty sessional division, in Northumberland. The town stands on the left bank of the North Tyne, at the mouth of Hareshaw Burn, adjacent to the Border Counties railway, 16 miles NNW of Hexham.

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Description. This was a single platform station to the east of Bellingham. Home; This edition;English, Book, Illustrated edition: Bellingham and the North Tyne: a short history and guide. Graham, Frank, The Heritage Centre put on a memorable show. Exhibitions included the Border Counties Railway, the Dairy, Kielder Past and Present and Teatime in the s.

Temporary exhibitions included the Leek Clubs of the North Tyne and the past glories of the Bellingham and District Amateur Dramatic Society. The town is also home to the Heritage Centre which covers the history of the North Tyne and Rede Valley area. The centre celebrates Bellingham's rich industrial and cultural past including sections on the Border Counties Railway, which ran through the area en route to Scotland untiland a display on the Border Reivers that provides a fascinating insight into the robbery and violence that.

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There are numerous walking and cycling opportunities from the site. Walk to the busy village of Bellingham (20 mins) and then to the magical Hareshaw Linn waterfall through ancient woodland. Enjoy a walk along the North Tyne riverbank, cycle the quiet lanes to Greenhaugh village, or spend the day in Kielder Water and Forest Park.

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The Heritage Centre at Bellingham The Heritage Centre tells the stories of the people of the North Tyne and Rede valleys through text, imagery, sound and, of course, objects.

Our displays present the social, agricultural and industrial history of the area as well as a small section about the earlier Border Reivers.

Bellingham (/ˈbɛlɪndʒəm/ BEL-in-jəm) is a village in Northumberland, to the north-west of Newcastle upon Tyne and is situated on the Hareshaw Burn at its confluence with the River North Tyne.

The Long (Lang) Pack tomb on the north side of the church is associated with a gruesome murder (). Graves and a memorial of the Fife family () include the name of a former mayor of Newcastle. The site may be that of the earlier church where St Cuthbert performed a miracle, and near 'Cuddy's Well', which St Cuthbert found and consecrated.

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Bellingham, about 15 miles northwest of Hexham, grew up by the side of the Hareshaw burn near its confluence with the river North Tyne.

Surrounded by rolling hills and moors, it is approached by a downhill route from almost every direction. The oldest building, St Cuthbert's church, dates back to. The North Tyne, Northumberland Historical Description. Tyne, The North, a river of Northumberland, rising in the debatable land at the boundary with Scotland, and running about 32 miles south-eastward, past Plashetts, Falstone, Bellingham, Wark, and Chollerton, to a confluence with the South Tyne, 1 mile WNW of Hexham.

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Parking. Open: Friday - Sunday 10am - 4pm. In the mornings, full English breakfast is served. At Riverdale Hall, guests can enjoy an indoor heated swimming pool and a sauna. They can also fish salmon and trout on one of the hotel's private beats on the North Tyne.

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Everyday low Author: Frank Graham.Bellingham Like the River North Tyne that runs through this brisk English market town, marble-like waves of dark grey and black swirl about a backdrop of creams and .It was originally known as Bellingham but the name was changes changed to Bellingham North Tyne by the LNER to avoid confusion with the station in Lewisham.

The goods yard was opposite the platform and consisted of two sidings, the outer loop serving a goods dock which was served end on by a short siding from the loop.

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