RMBJ3EBH–Sikehead lead mine chimney on Durham moor near Blanchland
RM2GXFHX6–Commemorative poppies in Blanchland Abbey churchyard, Blanchland, Northumberland, UK.
RMKCN0D1–The A6306 road passing the Lord Crewe Arms Hotel in the Northumbrian village of Blanchland on 29th September 2017, in Blanchland, Northumberland, England. Blanchland is a village in Northumberland, England, on the County Durham boundary. The population of the Civil Parish at the 2011 census was 135. Blanchland was formed out of the medieval Blanchland Abbey property by Nathaniel Crew, 3rd Baron Crew, the Bishop of Durham, 1674-1722. It is a conservation village, largely built of stone from the remains of the 12th-century Abbey. It features picturesque houses, set against a backdrop of deep woo
RM2H14H4A–Stone steps winding up the side of old building, Blanchland, Northumberland, UK..
RFS09EKX–Cotoneaster red fruit against a stone building in Blanchland, Northumberland, England.
RMDTY9P9–Blanchland Abbey Church, Blanchland village, Northumberland, England
RM2G7A237–St Mary the Virgin Blanchland, Northumberland
RM2H0C5CY–World War One memorial in the churchyard of Blanchland Abbey, Northumberland, UK.
RMFHB2DN–Interior of Blanchland Abbey, Blanchland, Derwent Valley, Northumberland, England, United Kingdom, Europe.
RMDA8BK3–Blanchland post office, Northumberland. One of only 3 Victorian post boxes in the UK is located here.
RM2GY21RP–World War One memorial in the churchyard of Blanchland Abbey, Northumberland, UK.
RMB2JWKX–Post Office in Blanchland, County Durham, England UK
RM2H36GE0–Flowers on windowledge of traditional stone cottage with sash windows in Blanchland, Northumberland, UK,
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