Beamish & Causey Arch

Rooms at Pockerley Old Hall at Beamish Musuem, which is set in the 1820s.

St. Helen’s was the old parish church of Eston, which is now¬†being rebuilt at Beamish.

The Pockerley waggonway at Beamish, a reconstruction of an early 19th C waggonway complete with replica locomotives.

Causey Arch, close to Beamish, built in 1725-6 to carry coal to the river Tyne, is the oldest surviving single-arch railway bridge in the world.

Walking back from Causey Arch to the Beamish car park. (R) The footpath towards Beamish Home Farm crosses the middle of Beamish Park golf course.

George Stephenson’s Birthplace

The birthplace of the railway pioneer George Stephenson initially seems quite spacious, until you realise that the family occupied a single room in the building. It must be one of the smallest National Trust properties!

Prudhoe Castle

Mill pond in front of Prudhoe Castle.

Views of Prudhoe Castle.

Banks of wild garlic (also called ramsoms) around Prudhoe Castle.

Beamish & Prudhoe

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