Thursday 13/July – 2017.Haltwhistle, Northumberland, UK - 2017.
As part of our weekly walks myself, and friends, Maureen Finlay, Ray Pallan & John Finlay, set out on our walk on The Lambley Viaduct Walk, Northumberland.
We spent around 3 hours here walking on a round trip route on this beautiful walk within Northumberland. The landmark was built in 1852 and consists of 9 arches standing at a height of 35 metres (110 feet) above the South Tyne River. Once you reach the viaduct , you ascend to the bottom by steps and handrail, the view of this bridge is fantastic from the bottom.
I always take my little Lumix camera with me, just to record our walks by taken photos while on the move. Just to think, only about 42 miles from my home I can be into some beautiful countryside, within around a 45 minute drive. Once we get there, we park the car and set off on our walk, always ending our walk with a sandwich and coffee.
***Just One Of The Beautiful Walks We Have Within The North Of England, UK, So Close To Our Homes****