Autumn in the Northumberland National Park.
The Northumberland National Park covers 410 sq miles (1050 sq km). The park is the most northerly of England's national parks and stretches from the Scottish borders to the southern section of Hadrian's Wall.
The area has had human habitation for 10,000 years and there are remains from ancient hill forts and many Roman sites and Pele towers which were built as protection against the infamous border reivers.
Part of the National Park includes the Cheviot Hills, The Kielder Forest and the Otterburn military training ranges.
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