Stublick Chimney
Chimney Haydon Bridge Northumberland

Stublick Chimney

Chimney In Haydon Bridge, Northumberland

Stublick Chimney is a grade II listed building from the former Langley lead smelting mill.

Stublick Chimney is a grade II listed building and still completely intact. It is part of the former Langley lead smelt mill which was built in 1768 by Greenwich Hospital and was used until the 1880s. More information about the chimney and the mill can be found at the site.

If you don't fancy a wander you can park on the side of the road around 50 metres away from the chimney.

And the obligatory up and down video from Red5 Drone.

Although you can park at the side of the road, we visited the chimney as part of an 8 mile circular walk around the Haydon Bridge area, starting from the railway station car park.

We followed a well signposted walk which took us through farmer's fields and it's worth noting that we visited in May when there were cows grazing with their young calves. Take care and keep dogs on leads.

The final part of our route also took us through some woodland which came out just past the picturesque Langley Castle, which is worth a photo or two.

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How To Find Stublick Chimney

Where Is Stublick Chimney?

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Lat / Long

54.944444, -2.25062

What three words

easygoing.overlooks.foal

Where To Park For Stublick Chimney?

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54.94547, 54.94547

What three words

jots.boomed.twin

There is space to park along the B6305 road on the grass verge. The chimney is a short walk from the road.

Contributed by Sandra Clemens

I love the great outdoors and have been a National Trust & English Heritage member for years. I also love going off the beaten track and finding places like Sharp's Folly or Rothley Castle which are hidden gems in Northumberland. My favourite recent hike was climbing Red Screes in the Lake District on a whim, not fully grasping how high 776m was. It was still an achievement to conquer a Wainwright walk and I hope to do more one day.

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Stublick Chimney was listed in Chimney // Northumberland // Haydon Bridge