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Falstone is a small village in the North Tyne Valley, near Kielder.
It sits in the shadow of Kielder Dam a short distance up the River Tyne.
At one time there was a railway station on the old line between Redesmouth Junction and Riccarton Junction - long since closed and partly submerged under the reservoir.
In the village there is a tea room and pub, there are also two fine looking churches.
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Road into Falstone.
The Pub and Tea Rooms.
The Village is a very pleasant place.
A very old and unusual drinking fountain - erected for the Diamond Jubilee of Queen Victoria.
The United Reformed and Methodist Church.
The road through the Village leading to the old railway station.
St. Peters Church.