College Valley Estates - Resources
There are a number of good websites as well as books which talk about the Valley. These are just some of them
Maps of the Valley
Location and how to find the Valley
Both Panoramio and Wikimapia offer good aerial images of the Valley. The former also offers a selection of pictures.
In addition geograph.org.uk offers specific pictures and maps for Dunsdale: Coldburn and Hethpool Mill
Our newsletters provide an interesting resource to show the issues which have been of concern across the years.
You can find the Valley on Wikipedia and on Google knol
The Northumberland National Park site offers plenty of material. The main page which also talks about the hillforts is here with a shorter page here
Then there are pages on:
Hillforts - again, but in more detail
and the Heritage Project
Riding in the cheviots
The Drovers project and Fleehope
Hethpool itself has plenty of good content with this the starting page
As well as panoramio there are plenty of good pictures on flickr.
The main source is here, there are nearly 1,300 photos.
Flickr also has many talented photographers who have tagged their pictures. See here:
As well as the National Park website mentioned above the other main resource is Keys to the Past
A search for the Valley turns up 170 detailed references
Books about the Valley include
Walking the Cheviots Classic Circular Routes. Ed Baker
The Cheviot Hills as well as Walks from Wooler. Both by Geoff Holland
Where the Hills meet the Sky: A guide to wartime aircrashes in the Cheviot Hills.Peter Clark. Published by Glen Graphics
Rural branch lines of Northumberland C.R.Warn. Published by Frank Graham
Northumberland Prehistoric Rock Carvings Stan Beckensall. Pendulum publications
Northumberland, The Official National Park Guide Tony Hopkins
A Fine and Private Place, Jesmond Old Cemetery Alan Morgan. Tyne Bridge publishing
Jon Monks, Shepherds Walks Walk 20: The Schil and Walk 22: Broadsruther.