Lindisfarne Castle, Holy Island, Northumberland - the island is accessible via a causeway only during low tide.

Lindisfarne Castle, Holy Island, Northumberland - the island is accessible via a causeway only during low tide.

Shed, Lindisfarne, Northumberland | Upturned boat by the seashore |

Shed, Lindisfarne, Northumberland | Upturned boat by the seashore |

The ruins of Lindisfarne Priory, founded by Irish monk, Saint Aidan, ca, AD 635, on a tidal island known as Holy Island, off the northeast coast of England.

The ruins of Lindisfarne Priory, founded by Irish monk, Saint Aidan, ca, AD 635, on a tidal island known as Holy Island, off the northeast coast of England.

The 'Grace Darling' Lighthouse on Longstone Island, the Farne Islands

The 'Grace Darling' Lighthouse on Longstone Island, the Farne Islands

St Mary's Church - oldest building on Holy Island - only building that retains work from Saxon period - likely that St Aidan worshipped on this site in 635 AD. Northumberland

St Mary's Church - oldest building on Holy Island - only building that retains work from Saxon period - likely that St Aidan worshipped on this site in 635 AD. Northumberland


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Love this - Cragside, Northumberland. The first house in the world to be lit with hydro electricity

Love this - Cragside, Northumberland. The first house in the world to be lit with hydro electricity

Old Ship, Seahouses a cosy place to shelter form the cold and rain last year - lovely place and people so friendly, food good too!

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Bamburgh Castle    Once home to the kings of ancient Northumbria, a fort has existed on the site    of Bamburgh Castle since prehistoric times. The Normans built a new castle    in the 11th century, but fell into disrepair until William Armstrong, a    Victorian industrialist, bought it and paid for its restoration. Bamburgh's    dramatic beachside location make it a popular venue for wedding planners and    film makers. The castles of Dunstanburgh and Lindisfarne are found nearby…

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Bamburgh Castle Once home to the kings of ancient Northumbria, a fort has existed on the site of Bamburgh Castle since prehistoric times. The Normans built a new castle in the 11th century, but fell into disrepair until William Armstrong, a Victorian industrialist, bought it and paid for its restoration. Bamburgh's dramatic beachside location make it a popular venue for wedding planners and film makers. The castles of Dunstanburgh and Lindisfarne are found nearby…

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