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Steph Dean back at a Williamston Barns preparing delicious meals for our guests #steph_dean_cooks #Williamstonbarns #NorthPennines
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Autumn fungi overlooking the South Tyne Valley here at Williamston Barns #Williamstonbarns #NorthPennines
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Lovely feedback from guests last week ‘…..we slept so well in the Cowshed we took a photo of the label on your mattress and are planning to get the same one…….’ Williamston Barns #Williamstonbarns #NorthPennines
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Our latest catch on the South Tyne - come and enjoy one and a half miles of single bank fishing here at Williamston Barns #Williamstonbarns #NorthPennines
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Welcoming the Autumn Equinox with a stunning morning here at Williamston Barns #Williamstonbarns #NorthPennines
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Late summer or early autumn? Either way it is a beautiful day here at Williamston Barns. #Williamstonbarns #NorthPennines
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Stormy skies over heather at #Williamstonbarns #NorthPennines
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10 of the best narrow-gauge railway journeys in Britain - South Tynedale, Northumberland from the Guardian 28th June 2017. This line starts in Alston, the joint-highest market town in England (sharing the distinction with Buxton) and still in Cumbria. Just about. The Northumberland border is over the nearby Gilderdale viaduct, and the South Tyne river meanders alongside, flowing under the line at various points and reappearing through the right or left-hand windows. Wooded banks break up to reveal swathes of moorland and wildlife. Get off at Kirkhaugh and it’s possible to hike to the ruins of the Roman fort at Epiacum. The South Tynedale boasts an eclectic collection of rolling stock, including a veteran of the Harrogate Gasworks line, two battery-driven maintenance locos from the London Underground and a collection of Viennese trams restored and re-gauged by a company in Romania. The railway’s terminus is at Lintley, 3.5 miles north of Alston. There are plans to extend the line a mile or so further, to Slaggyford.
• Adult return £10, child £5, family £25, south-tynedale-railway.org.uk
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Alnwick Castle tonight where we were delighted to be awarded Silver in the 2017 Boutique Guest accommodation at the Northumberland tourism awards #williamstonbarns #nlandtourismawards #northpennines #visitnorthumberland
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Summer solstice started with sunrise at 4.30am - sunset at 21.52 this evening. A long hot day at Williamston Barns
#williamstonbarns #visitnorthumberland #northpennines
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