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Alnwick is a market town in north Northumberland, England. The town's population was just over 8,000 at the 2001 census, while the former Alnwick district's population was 31,029.

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Google previewNew Urban Configurations (2014)

by R. Cavallo, S. Komossa, N. Marzot

AIMS Alnwick is a small, picturesque town in Northumberland, on the border between England and Scotland. No doubt it could be of great interest to a foreign art scholar for the value of its monuments or to a historian for its documental ...

Google previewThe Original Farm Holiday Guide to Coast & Country Holidays (2005)

In England, Scotland & Wales 2005 by FHG Staff, Hunter Publishing

Alnwick is a good touring area with good, clean beaches four miles ...

Google previewLet's Go 2008 Britain (2007)

by Let's Go Inc.

Alnwick is a good hub for transportation to the middle of the park, with service to Chillingham and Wooler on buses #470 and #473 (M-Sa 5 per day) and to Warkworth on bus #518 (daily, every hr.). In the north, travel from Berwick to Wooler on ...

Google previewPlaces of Pilgrimage (2015)

by Ian Scott Massie

With its castle, triangular market place of small shops and museum dedicated to fishing tackle, Alnwick is a lovely place. Just off the Great North Road, it's close to the sea and close to the hills, and there can be few better places to curl up with a ...

Google previewThe Guide to Knowledge (1833)

by William Pinnock

Alnwick is a neat and populous town on the high north road to Edinburgh, through Berwick. It is seated on the side of a hill, on the river Alne. This town has been particularly fatal to the kings of Scotland. In the reign of William Rufus, it was ...

Google previewA New System of Geography, Or a General Description of the World (1765)

Containing a Particular and Circumstantial Account of All the Countries, Kingdoms and States of Europe, Asia, Africa and America, Their Situation ... with the Birds, Beasts, ..., Found in Different Regions, Embellished with a New and Accurate Set of Maps, by the Best Geographers, and Great Variety of Copper-plates, Containing Perspective Views of the Principal Cities, Structures, Ruins, Etc by Daniel Fenning, Joseph Collyer

Alnwick is a populous and well built town, seated on the north side of a hill near the river Aln, over which is a stone bridge, at the distance of three hundred and ten miles from London. It has a large town-house, where the quarter-sessions and ...

Google previewPharmaceutical Journal (1898)

j Alnwick is a very interesting place. \ The quaint oM town, the Castle, which . is the seat of the Duke of Xorthumber- j land, and the neighbouring Hulne Abbey and Birsley Towers will well repay the expenditure of plates. Alresford (Hants).

Google previewA Dictionary of British History (2009)

by John Cannon

Alnwick, battle of who had to attend regular services to pray for the souls of the benefactor. The houses frequently included a chapel and generally the priest who took the services supervised the residents. Generous benefactors established ...

Google previewThe Hutchinson Dictionary of Ancient and Medieval Warfare (2016)

by Peter Connolly, John Gillingham, John Lazenby

Alnwick castle border fortress 56 km/35 mi north of NewcastleuponTyne, England; stronghold of the Percy ...

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