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Corbridge Collection

Corbridge, a picturesque town in Northumberland, is steeped in history and charm

Background imageCorbridge Collection: The Corbridge Lanx

The Corbridge Lanx
3330262 The Corbridge Lanx; (add.info.: The Corbridge Lanx, an ancient Roman silver dish found near Corbridge. Dated 4th Century.); Universal History Archive/UIG

Background imageCorbridge Collection: Roman fort and town of Coria (Corbridge), Northumberland (b / w photo)

Roman fort and town of Coria (Corbridge), Northumberland (b / w photo)
5999770 Roman fort and town of Coria (Corbridge), Northumberland (b/w photo) by English Photographer, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Roman fort and town of Coria (Corbridge)

Background imageCorbridge Collection: Northumberland NE45 5 Map

Northumberland NE45 5 Map
Postcode Sector Map of Northumberland NE45 5

Background imageCorbridge Collection: Stagshaw Bank Fair - Corbridge, Northumberland

Stagshaw Bank Fair - Corbridge, Northumberland
Michael Jones reading the rules of the Stagshaw Bank Fair at the Market Cross, Corbridge on Tyne, Northumberland. The Fair, traditionally held on 4th July

Background imageCorbridge Collection: An Abundance Of Red Poppies In A Field; Corbridge, Northumberland, England

An Abundance Of Red Poppies In A Field; Corbridge, Northumberland, England

Background imageCorbridge Collection: Stone relief showing Romano-British goddesses, c. 2nd century

Stone relief showing Romano-British goddesses, c. 2nd century
Stone relief showing Romano-British goddesses, found at Corbridge. The one on the right may be Fortuna, and on the left it is possible that Brigaritia, patron goddess of the Brigantes, is depicted

Background imageCorbridge Collection: The `Romano-British Corbridge Lion, 2nd century

The `Romano-British Corbridge Lion, 2nd century
The Corbridge Lion, from a Romano-British Tomb. Now at Corbridge Museum, Northumberland, 2nd century

Background imageCorbridge Collection: The River Tyne, Corbridge, Northumberland

The River Tyne, Corbridge, Northumberland
The River Tyne, Corbridge, near Hexham, Northumberland, England. Date: 1904

Background imageCorbridge Collection: River Tyne & View of Town, Corbridge, Northumberland

River Tyne & View of Town, Corbridge, Northumberland
River Tyne & View of Town, Corbridge, near Hexham, Northumberland, England. Date: 1904

Background imageCorbridge Collection: The Town from the Railway Station, Hexham, Northumberland

The Town from the Railway Station, Hexham, Northumberland
The Town from the Railway Station, Hexham, near Corbridge, Northumberland, England. Date: 1920s

Background imageCorbridge Collection: CORBRIDGE, Corbridge is a village in Northumberland, England, situated west of Newcastle

CORBRIDGE, Corbridge is a village in Northumberland, England, situated west of Newcastle and convert|4|mi|0 east of Hexham

Background imageCorbridge Collection: BYWELL CASTLE, Bywell Castle is situated in the village of Bywell overlooking the

BYWELL CASTLE, Bywell Castle is situated in the village of Bywell overlooking the River Tyne, four miles east of Corbridge, Northumberland, England

Background imageCorbridge Collection: CORBRIDGE, Corbridge is a village in Northumberland, England, situated west of Newcastle

CORBRIDGE, Corbridge is a village in Northumberland, England, situated west of Newcastle and convert|4|mi|0 east of Hexham

Background imageCorbridge Collection: BYWELL CASTLE, Bywell Castle is situated in the village of Bywell overlooking the River Tyne

BYWELL CASTLE, Bywell Castle is situated in the village of Bywell overlooking the River Tyne, four miles east of Corbridge, Northumberland, England

Background imageCorbridge Collection: Domestic Sheep, Zwartble Sheep, ewe and lambs, in pasture, with 17th century house attached to

Domestic Sheep, Zwartble Sheep, ewe and lambs, in pasture, with 17th century house attached to 14th century tower-house (pele tower) in background, Halton Castle, Corbridge, Northumberland, England

Background imageCorbridge Collection: Domestic Sheep, Zwartble Sheep, ewe and lamb, standing in pasture, Halton Castle, Corbridge

Domestic Sheep, Zwartble Sheep, ewe and lamb, standing in pasture, Halton Castle, Corbridge, Northumberland, England, July

Background imageCorbridge Collection: Column bases at the entrance to the granary, the Roman town at Corbridge

Column bases at the entrance to the granary, the Roman town at Corbridge, Hadrians Wall area, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Northumbria, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageCorbridge Collection: The floor of the Granary showing the underfloor hypocaust heating system

The floor of the Granary showing the underfloor hypocaust heating system, in the Roman Town at Corbridge, Hadrians Wall area, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Northumbria, England, United Kingdom, Europe


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Corbridge, a picturesque town in Northumberland, is steeped in history and charm. With its notable landmarks such as Mr Greys House and Dilston Hall, it offers visitors a glimpse into the past. One of the highlights of the Roman fort and town of Coria (Corbridge). This ancient site showcases the rich history of the area, with stone reliefs depicting Romano-British goddesses from the 2nd century. The famous Romano-British Corbridge Lion also stands as a testament to the region's Roman heritage. Nestled along the River Tyne, Corbridge boasts breathtaking views that captivate both locals and tourists alike. Whether it's enjoying a leisurely stroll by the river or taking in panoramic vistas of the town from afar, there is no shortage of natural beauty to behold. For those interested in exploring further afield, nearby Hexham offers stunning views from its railway station. Stagshaw Bank Fair is another local attraction that draws crowds with its lively atmosphere and vibrant festivities. Nature enthusiasts will be delighted by an abundance of red poppies that grace fields surrounding Corbridge. These vibrant flowers create a striking contrast against Northumberland's lush landscapes. Corstopitum (Corbridge) also holds historical significance as part of Hadrian's Wall - an engineering marvel built over three centuries ago. The Stanegate road played a crucial role in connecting important forts like Luguvalium (Carlisle) to this strategic location on Dere Street. Religious sites are not forgotten either; St Andrews Church stands proudly within Corbridge. Its unique architecture incorporates Roman stones sourced from nearby ruins, adding an intriguing layer to its design.