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Caption for Alnmouth, General View c1955: Six miles south of Craster, the seaside resort of Alnmouth was once the port for Alnwick. From the 12th century until Christmas Day 1806, large amounts of grain were shipped out of Alnmouth, and timber, slate, and later guano, were imported through it. Then disaster struck. A storm changed the course of the Aln, which in turn led to the silting up of the harbour. Evidence to the power of the storm can still be seen to the south of the village. There, standing alone amid the fields, is a guano shed; the Aln once flowed past it.

An extract from Northumberland Tyne and Wear Photographic Memories.

Memories of Alnmouth

I remember being at Nethergrange with Jean Newbigin, and remember when she met her husband to be, and the building of their boat. In fact later , when we moved to Ravenslaw in Alnwich (in our third year) Jean and I shared a room as I was also a student at Alnwick Teacher Training College, living at Nethergrange in Alnmouth (...Read full memory)

I lived and went the junior school from 1964 to August 1965, the school's headmaster was Mr Smart, he was a fantastic teacher. I then went to Alnwick Secondary Modern, the name I can't recall. I have such fantastic memories of Alnmouth; earning pocket money, caddying at Foxton golf course. I recall living in Riverside Road, (...Read full memory)

I lived in Alnwick and went to school at Alnwick County Secondary Modern and left in 1965. Have great memories of Alnwick as I grew up there and made regular visits until about ten years ago

lived in Alnmouth for 2 years until August 1965 went to school when Mr Smart was Head Teacher and then on to Dukes before moving to Singapore memories of the golf course and caddying at Foxton for pocket money. Mrs Callum ran the local shop the Schooner Hotel and my fist girl friend was Joanna Percy we lived at Riverside Road (...Read full memory)

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