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Haltwhistle Information


Haltwhistle is a Bus Interchange Station. Trains travel frequently from Haltwhistle to the stations on the route to Newcastle and Carlisle. For up to date information also see:


A small market town on the South Tyne river which is only a few miles from some of the best remaining sections of Hadrian's Wall. It is possible to walk from the town to the Wall via Haltwhistle Burn. This and other local walks are described in the Haltwhistle Rings website.

It has good local shops and accommodation . The station provides a local transport hub connecting the trains arriving at Haltwhistle station to the Hadrian's Wall Bus Service and the North Pennines bus to Alston and the South Tynedale Railway.

Start to wander around the Market Place and you will come across the 13th Century Church of the Holy Cross. Close by is the Centre of Britain Hotel with its Pele Tower incorporated into the building. Follow the Reiver Trail around the town and you will see five other Bastle Houses (defensible houses) all of which date back to the Town's intense rieving past.

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