Norham, castle and river Tweed
Norham with its castle lies just off the A698 between coldstream and Berwick.
The castle was built for the Bishop of Durham in 1121. Despite being dismantled, remodelled several times and
suffering from Border warfare, it is still an impressive sight and one of the most complete defensive buildings
on the Border. Viewed from the edge of the square in a large field on the north side of the B6470.
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The Google map is here. You can see the castle a little to thr east ( right of the
village). Also the course of the river which is the boundary between England and
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