Plodging at Bamburgh

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In watercolour, Bamburgh Castle, from the sea on the North East Coast of Northumberland. The castle has its origins in the 5th century as a fortified stronghold. It was rebuilt by the Normans in the 11th and 12th centuries. The term ‘plodging’, is a North Country one and means to wade or paddle.

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