Teesdale Gallery

An archive of some stunning views in the Teesdale area.
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Some pictures from around Teesdale


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Barnard Castle is a historic market town in Teesdale, County Durham, in the North of England. It is located on the north bank of the River Tees, and is known for its rich history, picturesque location, and many attractions.

One of the town's most notable features is the ruins of Barnard Castle, a medieval fortress that dates back to the 12th century. The castle was built by Bernard de Balliol, a Norman lord who was granted the lands by William the Conqueror. Today, the castle ruins are a popular attraction for visitors, offering stunning views of the surrounding countryside.

Another major attraction in Barnard Castle is the Bowes Museum, a grand French-style chateau that houses a vast collection of art and artifacts, including works by Goya, Canaletto, and El Greco. The museum also has a wide range of exhibitions and events throughout the year, making it a popular destination for visitors of all ages.

In addition to its historic attractions, Barnard Castle is also known for its bustling high street, which is lined with independent shops, cafes, and restaurants. The town also has several traditional pubs, many of which serve local ales and hearty pub food.

Barnard Castle is a popular base for exploring the stunning countryside of Teesdale, with many scenic walks and hikes in the surrounding area. It is also well-connected to other parts of the North of England, with easy access to the cities of Durham, Newcastle, and York.

A website directory is for all things around Teesdale, County Durham and also anything Internet related in the Dale.

This website is provided by Jamie McBain BSc of Pennine Website Development.