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Alnmouth, at the mouth of the River Aln on the Northumberland Coast is a popular destination for tourists and day-trippers with its excellent beach, golf course, pubs and hotels.
The village was an important port until a huge storm in the early 1800's changed the flow of the River Aln and cut off the towns old church (the location of the church is marked by a large wooden cross visible across the river). Today the estuary is used by pleasure craft and small fishing boats and is only accessible around high tide to those with good knowledge of the waters.
Views on this page include the Village, River Aln, Golf Course and Beach.
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Alnmouth seen from the site of the old church.
Wooden cross on Church Hill.
View along the beach at Alnmouth.
Mouth of the River Aln seen from the dunes.
View from the shore of the River Aln.
View to the River Aln from the dunes.
Boats moored in the River Aln Estuary.
The Ferry Hut.
The Duchess Bridge, which carries the main road into Alnmouth.
Alnmouth Mehodist Church.
Drinking fountain in the Village.
Alnmouth Golf Course.
The River Aln winding it's way to Alnmouth.