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  1. Northumberland

    Former coalfield and stunning coast with many castles
    Photo:22-08-06 © Colin Percy
    Photo:22-08-06 © Colin Percy
    Photo:28-08-06 © Colin Percy
    Photo:27-08-06 © Colin Percy
  2. Durham

    Newly restored coastline rescued from the ravages of the coal mining industry
    Photo: Colin Percy 06-05-06 © Colin Percy
    Photo: Colin Percy 06-05-06 © Colin Percy
  3. Tees Valley

    North East England's industrial heartland set in outstanding countryside
    Photo: Colin Percy 15-08-06 © Newcastle City Council
    Photo: Colin Percy 08-06-01 © NSCR
  4. York and North Yorkshire

    National Park with wild moors and an even wilder coast
    Photo: Colin Percy 20 Jul 04 © Colin Percy
    Photo: Colin Percy 31 Jul 04 © Colin Percy
  5. Scotland

    The route through Scotland starts in the Shetlands, with their dramatic landscape of cliffs and rocky inlets.
  6. Orkney Islands

    The archipelago of Orkney comprises 70 islands of which only 17 are inhabited.
  7. Moray

    Moray lies on the southern shores of the Moray Firth and extends south into the heart of the Cairngorm Mountains.
  8. Aberdeenshire

    High hills and long glens, castles, fishing villages, rugged coastline, quiet rural roads - so many features which are really only a backdrop for a wide range of things to do. This is Aberdeenshire.
  9. Mid Lothian

    Mid Lothian is situated directly to the south of Edinburgh, Scotland's capital city.
  10. East Lothian

    East Lothian is the sunniest and driest area of Scotland and has been a popular holiday centre for centuries.


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