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Hi all

Not a local (from Middlesbrough originally) & looking to photograph your town sign

'Welcome to Bedlington....home of the Bedlington Terrier'  as below but was unable to locate it in the summer.  

Can anyone give me an exact location please?

Many thanks

bedlington-terrier-sign-northumberland-uk-showing-149298533.jpg

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1 hour ago, Ali Kelly said:

Hi all

Not a local (from Middlesbrough originally) & looking to photograph your town sign

'Welcome to Bedlington....home of the Bedlington Terrier'  as below but was unable to locate it in the summer.  

Can anyone give me an exact location please?

Many thanks

 

@Ali Kelly there are 4 'Gateway Features' - one each at the side of a road entering Bedlington from North, South East ans West. The    Bedlington Terrier is at the Soth Entrance as you come into Bedlington on the A1068 road.

These images should help :- 

 

Gateway features.jpg

A1068 2.jpg

A1068.jpg

This is a direct link to the entry in page 2 of the' Gallery> Historic Bedlington' for the 'Bedlington Gateway Features'. If you select each photo you will get additional information about that feature :- 

 

 

Edited by Alan Edgar (Eggy1948)
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