Alnmouth, England



Tonight, I am reporting on Alnmouth, a coastal village in N.E. England with a population of about 450 persons. 

To date, I have only seen the village from distance in a fast moving train but, nevertheless, have been impressed.

Alnmouth benefits from:

  • Pastel-coloured houses strung out along the River Aln.
  • A diversity of bird and wildlife species.
  • A tranquil beach where the River Aln meets the North Sea.
  • An area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
  • A railway station situated on the main line betyween London and Edinburgh.
  • Proximity to Alnwick Castle, a top visitor site in the region.

My wife and I have determined to take a break at Alnmouth in the future and are looking forward to the experience.


NB: The images shown here were taken from a fast moving train.


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