Coalcleugh

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Coalcleugh
Coalcleugh is located in Northumberland
Coalcleugh
Coalcleugh
Coalcleugh shown within Northumberland
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Ceremonial county
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CountryEngland
Sovereign stateUnited Kingdom
Post townHEXHAM
Postcode districtNE47
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54°48′14″N 2°18′18″W / 54.804°N 2.305°W / 54.804; -2.305Coordinates: 54°48′14″N 2°18′18″W / 54.804°N 2.305°W / 54.804; -2.305

 

Coalcleugh is a hamlet in Northumberland, England. It is situated in the Pennines between Penrith and Hexham. In the past it was well known as a lead mining centre.[1][2] All of Coalcleugh's lead ore was smelted at Allenheads Mill at Dirtpot.[3] At 1750ft (530m) above sea level, it is said to be the highest hamlet in England.


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Coalcleugh is in the parliamentary constituency of Hexham.


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