Photographer's Note

Hulne Park, Alnwick:

A flock of sheep in Hulne Park - a walled park stradling River Aln owned by the Duke of Northumberland. Hulne Park covers several thousand acres of woodlands, moors, open grassland, and farm. The ruin of Hulne Priory, a monastery founded in the 13th century is located within the park. Other structures of interest are the Alnwick Abbey Gatehouse (unrelated to Hulne Priory), the Brizlee Tower - a gothic style viewing tower built for the 1st Duke of Northumberland to observe his property, and several bridges crossing River Aln. This is a private park but you are allowed to visit as long as you stay away from certain restricted areas as marked on the map at the entrance.

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Picture shot in the Spring of 1984. Scanned from negative. Cleaned & adjusted with PS CS2.

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