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Devil's Causeway

The Devil's Causeway is a Roman road in Northumberland. It branches off Dere Street north of Corbridge and can be traced through Northumberland for about 55 miles (89 km) north to Berwick-upon-Tweed LinkExternal link
by Andrew Curtis

Created: Sun, 14 Mar 2010, Updated: Sun, 14 Mar 2010


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NZ0987 : Thornton Moor by Andrew Curtis
NZ0987 : Devil's Causeway south of Thornton Moor by Andrew Curtis
NZ0987 : Bridleway alongside West Moor Wood by Andrew Curtis
NZ0988 : Bridleway on line of Devil's Causeway by Andrew Curtis
NZ0986 : Devil's Causeway heading for Hart Burn ford by Andrew Curtis
NZ0987 : Bridleway on line of Devil's Causeway near Jocks Flat Wood by Andrew Curtis


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