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Craster Harbour Arm Northumberland England Uk
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Craster is the home of the Kipper or smoked herring, it is a little fishing village on the Northumberland coast just South of Dunstanburgh Castle. For details of the village and village life see their website.

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Tags: harbour; port; quay; fishermans; cottage; sea; lobster; pots; rope; g8dhe
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