Lindisfarne Castle, Holy Island, Northumberland - the island is accessible via a causeway only during low tide and is extremely popular with locals and tourists alike.

Lindisfarne Castle, Holy Island, Northumberland - the island is accessible via a causeway only during low tide and is extremely popular with locals and tourists alike.

Bamburgh, Northumberland, England http://www.visitnorthumberland.com/historic-sites/bamburgh-castle

Bamburgh, Northumberland, England http://www.visitnorthumberland.com/historic-sites/bamburgh-castle

The Buttertubs, Yorkshire Dales. Buttertubs pass is a key feature of day one of Le Grand Depart, le Tour Yorkshire 2014 #TDF #cycling

The Buttertubs, Yorkshire Dales. Buttertubs pass is a key feature of day one of Le Grand Depart, le Tour Yorkshire 2014 #TDF #cycling

Lindesfarne Castle on Holy Island off the coast of Northumberland in England. St Aiden brought Christianity to England in 635AD. You can only drive over a Causeway when the tide is out.

Lindesfarne Castle on Holy Island off the coast of Northumberland in England. St Aiden brought Christianity to England in 635AD. You can only drive over a Causeway when the tide is out.

Hadrian's Wall Walk, here you can walk along a length of the actual Wall, passing through the wood and when you come to the end you are at Housesteads Fort (Vercovicivm) Northumberland, England. Full info about the walk here

Hadrian's Wall Walk, here you can walk along a length of the actual Wall, passing through the wood and when you come to the end you are at Housesteads Fort (Vercovicivm) Northumberland, England. Full info about the walk here

The isle of Lindisfarne is a tidal island off the northeast coast of England. It is also known amongst some as Holy Island and constitutes a civil parish in Northumberland.

The isle of Lindisfarne is a tidal island off the northeast coast of England. It is also known amongst some as Holy Island and constitutes a civil parish in Northumberland.

Medieval England. Alnwick Castle guards a road crossing the River Aln. Yves de Vescy, Baron of Alnwick, erected the first parts of the castle in about 1096. It was built to protect England's northern border against the Scottish invasions and border reivers. The castle was first mentioned in 1136 when it was captured by King David I of Scotland. It was besieged in 1172 and again in 1174 by William the Lion, King of Scotland and William was captured outside the walls during the Battle of…

Medieval England. Alnwick Castle guards a road crossing the River Aln. Yves de Vescy, Baron of Alnwick, erected the first parts of the castle in about 1096. It was built to protect England's northern border against the Scottish invasions and border reivers. The castle was first mentioned in 1136 when it was captured by King David I of Scotland. It was besieged in 1172 and again in 1174 by William the Lion, King of Scotland and William was captured outside the walls during the Battle of…

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