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Top 10 Berwick-Upon-Tweed, Northumberland, United Kingdom Tourist Attractions

1 The Maltings Theatre & Cinema

The Maltings Theatre & Cinema, Berwick-upon-Tweed is a theatre and cinema located in the historic walled town of Berwick-upon-Tweed at the northern tip of the county of Northumberland, England.


2 Islandshire

Islandshire was an area of Northumberland, England, comprising Lindisfarne or Holy Island, plus five parishes on the mainland


3 Spittal, Northumberland

Spittal is a small seaside resort in northern Northumberland, England, and is located near Berwick-upon-Tweed Spittal Beach as one of the best beaches in Northumberland visited frequently during summer by many tourists from around the world,and also by artist L S Lowry, Spittal is considered by some as one of the best sea-side resorts in Britain It is attached to Berwick-upon-Tweed, and together both it and spittal contain a wonderful beach, several hotels and B&B s, a town hall and several shops of different kinds


4 Clappers, Scotland

Clappers is a small village in Scottish Borders, Scotland, located right next to the border with England There is a small monument commemorating the Golden Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II in the village


5 Lamberton, Scottish Borders

Lamberton is a hilly, former landed estate in Berwickshire, Scotland, its eastern boundary being the North Sea It is north of Berwick-upon-Tweed, on the Great North Road (today the A1)


6 Goswick rail crash

The Goswick rail crash occurred on 26 October 1947 near the village of Goswick, Northumberland, England. The Flying Scotsman express from Edinburgh Waverley to London Kings Cross failed to slow down for a diversion and derailed. 28 people were killed. It was the last major accident to occur on British railways before their nationalisation on 1 January 1948.


7 Ancroft Northmoor

Ancroft Northmoor is a village in Northumberland, England


8 Ayton, Scottish Borders

Ayton () is a small town located in Berwickshire, in the southeast of Scotland today part of the Scottish Borders region It is on the Eye Water, from which it is said to take its name- Ayton means Eye-town It contains the former ancient tollbooth or town hall with a clock tower, a large branch of the Royal Bank of Scotland, a Post Office, one pub and a shop


9 Edrom

Edrom is a small village in the pre-1975 ancient county of Berwickshire, now an administrative area of the Scottish Borders region of Scotland