The latest Morpeth series is for Palmina. I was trying out my latest ebay bargain and didn't realise the date stamp was switched on, so lots of cropping where possible. I really need to go back early on a Sunday morning when the town is quiet.
Now I could easily come back home to live if I could have one of the houses on the River.
This has been a lovley treat for me looking at these photo's Keith Thank you so much!
My pleasure, Palmina. I will go back and get some (hopefully) better shots when the trees get green.
After this bridge was opened in 1830, an earlier toll bridge built by monks was dismantled and a footbridge erected on its piers. [Murray's Handbook, 1890].
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Photo taken in Morpeth, Northumberland NE61, UK
Misplaced? Suggest new location