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Craster in Northumberland

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Craster, Northumberland. This tiny fishing village is still famous for its oak-smoked kippers but the fish nowadays are imported from North Shields. Crab and lobster are still caught by local boats. Until the nearby quarry closed in 1939, Craster shipped whinstone. The harbour was built in 1906 by the Craster family as a memorial for a brother who died in Tibet. Craster Tower, the family home, is an 18th-century residence incorporating a 15th-century tower. There is an easy walk by path along the sea l½ miles North to Dunstanburgh Castle.

Nearby towns: Alnwick, Amble, Ashington, Morpeth, Newbiggin by the Sea, Wooler

Nearby villages: Alnmouth, Bamburgh, Beadnell, Belford, Birling, Boulmer, Eastfield, Edlingham, Eglingham, Ellingham, Embleton, High Buston, Howick, Lesbury, Long Houghton, Lucker, Newham, Newton-on-the-Moor, North Charlton, North Sunderland, Preston, Rock, Seahouses, Shilbottle, South Charlton, Stamford, Swinhoe, Warenford, Warkworth

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