Brunton Turret Hadrians Wall Northumberland, England by Roger Clegg
Hadrian's wall North Umberland England
Hadrian's Wall : Cuddy's Crag HADRIAN'S WALL, Northumberland. Cuddy's Crags, near turret 37A. The morning sun breaks through to illuminate the lichens and grass around the crag.
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 forms 86-miles of the most important remaining structures of the Roman Empire
Cheviot Hills, Northumberland, England
Hadrian’s Wall at Walltown Crags in Northumberland at sunset. Northern England.
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River Tyne, Hexham, Northumberland.
Lindisfarne Castle, Northumberland, UK
lambs on Hadrians Wall! MB and I have stood on Hadrian's Wall, we did not see any lambs though.
Construction of Hadrian's Wall began in A.D. 121. The stone-built, 73-mile-long barricade was meant to protect Roman colonies from the northern "barbarians", the Picts.
Northumberland National Park in England - a portion of Hadrian's Wall borders this UNESCO Site. Photo by NatGeo
Hadrian’s Wall - my Grade 4 Pen Pal was from the Lake District and he often talked about Hadrian's Wall, I wonder where you are David J Dixon?
Hadrian's Wall Northumberland England constructed by the Romans in 118 AD to prevent barbarian invasion of Brittania. Wall is 70 miles long, 15-20 feet tall, 10-20 feet thick. Still exists and may be walked today.