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List of places in Northumberland

 

List of places in Northumberland

Map of villages in Northumberland compiled from this list

This is a list of places in Northumberland, in England. The area covered is the ceremonial county, hence the exclusion of places traditionally regarded as being in Northumberland which are now in Tyne and Wear for administrative and ceremonial purposes. See the list of places in England for places in other counties.

Contents

  • A 1
  • B 2
  • C 3
  • D 4
  • E 5
  • F 6
  • G 7
  • H 8
  • I 9
  • K 10
  • L 11
  • M 12
  • N 13
  • O 14
  • P 15
  • R 16
  • S 17
  • T 18
  • U 19
  • V 20
  • W 21
  • Y 22
  • Places of interest 23

A

Abberwick, Acklington, Acomb, Acton, Akeld, Allendale, Allenheads, Alnham, Alnmouth, Alnwick, Alwinton, Amble, Ancroft Northmoor, Anick, Ancroft, Apperley Dene, Ashington, Aydon, Ayle

B

Bamburgh, Bardon Mill, Barrasford, Bassington, Baybridge, Beaconhill, Beadnell, Beal, Beanley, Bearsbridge, Beauclerc, Bebside, Bedlington, Belford, Bellingham, Bellshill, Belsay, Beltingham, Benthall, Berrington, Berwick Hill, Berwick-upon-Tweed, Biddlestone, Bilton, Bilton Banks, Bingfield, Birtley, Birling, Black Heddon, Blanchland, Blyth, Bolam, Bolam West Houses, Bolton, Bomarsund, Bothal, Boulmer, Bowsden, Bradford, Branch End, Brandon, Branton, Branxton, Bridge End, Brinkburn, Broomhaugh, Broomhill, Broomley, Brownieside, Brunton, Burradon, Burton, Butteryhaugh, Byrness, Bywell, Bywell Saint Andrews, Bywell Saint Peters, Byker (inner city of Newcastle-upon-Tyne)

C

Callaly, Cambo, Cambois, Capheaton, Carr Shield, Carter Bar, Carterway Heads, Cartington, Catton, Causey Park Bridge, Charlton, Chathill, Chatton, Chesterwood, Cheswick, Cheswick Buildings, Chillingham, Chollerford, Chollerton, Choppington, Clennell, Clifton, Coalcleugh, Coanwood, Cottonshopeburnfoot, Collingwood, Colpitts Grange, Colwell, Corbridge, Cornhill-on-Tweed, Coupland, Cowpen, Cramlington, Craster, Cresswell, Crookham

D

Dalton (nr Hexham), Dalton (nr Ponteland), Dissington(nr Ponteland), Duddo, Duston

E

Eachwick, Earle, East Cramlington, East Ord, Eglingham, Elsdon, Embleton, Ellington, Eshott, Etal

F

Ford Forge

G

Glanton, Goswick, Great Bavington, Greenhaugh, Greenhead, Guide Post, Guyzance

H

Hadston, Haltwhistle, Harbottle, Hartley, Haydon Bridge, Hazon, Hexham, High Angerton, High Buston, High Callerton, High Church, High Newton-by-the-Sea, Highfields, Holburn, Holystone, Holywell, Horsley (nr Prudhoe), Horsley (nr Redesdale), Horton, Housedon Hill, Housesteads, Howdon, Howtel, Howick, Hartburn, Humshaugh,Humbleton(Homildon),

I

Ilderton, Ingram

K

Kielder, Kilham, Kirkharle, Kirkwhelpington, Kirkley

L

Langley, Linton, Little Bavington, Longframlington, Longhirst, Longhorsley, Low Alwinton, Low Angerton, Low Brunton, Low Buston, Low Newton-by-the-Sea, Lowick, Lucker, Lynemouth

M

Marshall Meadows, Middle Ord, Middleton, Mindrum, Morpeth, Mitford, Murton

N

Nesbit, Netherton, Netherwitton, New Bewick, Newbiggin by the Sea, Newcastle, New Hartley, Newton-by-the-Sea, North Blyth, North Charlton, North Seaton

O

Ogle, Old Bewick, Once Brewed, Otterburn

P

Pegswood, Ponteland, Prudhoe

R

Radcliffe, Ramshope, Red Row, Redesdale, Ridsdale, Riverside, Rochester, Rothbury

S

Scremerston, Seahouses, Seaton Delaval, Seaton Sluice, Sheepwash, Shilbottle, Shipley, Snitter, South Beach, South Broomhill, South Charlton, Stakeford, Stannington, Stobswood, Stocksfield, Stonehaugh, Seghill

T

Tughall, Twizell Castle, Tynemouth

U

Ulgham, Unthank (near Alnham), Unthank (near Haltwhistle)

V

Vindolanda

W

Wall, Wark on Tweed, Wark on Tyne, Warkworth, West Chevington, West Woodburn, Whalton, Widdrington, Whittingham, Wooler, Wylam

Y

Yarrow

Places of interest

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