Corbridge-The Last 2000 Years
Corbridge is one of Britain’s oldest settlements, with a recorded history of around 2000 years from the Roman bridge, camp and roads to today’s busy an prosperous town.
It still connects to its past, with re-used Roman stones in many buildings, notably St Andrew’s church. The layout of the old village around it has in fact changed little since then.
This highly illustrated account of the changing face of this unique place, its people and buildings is a fascinating read for prospective visitors, historians or those just those who love history.
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