BRITAIN - St Oswald's Way, Northumberland { 36 images } Created 26 Feb 2013

IMAGES OF ST OSWALD'S WAY AND THE NORTHUMBERLAND COAT PATH, NORTHUMBERLAND, BY PHOTOGRAPHER AND TRAVEL WRITER RUDOLF ABRAHAM | BRITAIN STOCK PHOTOGRAPHY
St Oswald's Way is a long-distance footpath stretching 97 miles from Heavenfield, on Hadrian's Wall, to Holy Island (also known as Lindisfarne) off the Northumberland coast. Based on events and landmarks from the life of the 7th century Anglo-Saxon King, St Oswald, the route leads through diverse and outstandingly beautiful landscape - from the rugged hills and heather moorland of Northumberland National Park, to enormous sandy beaches and rolling coastal dunes in the Northumberland Coast AONB - and passes traditional fishing villages, ancient rock art and some magnificent castles.
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