Freehold Street (Blyth)
Ancient earthworks once stood near Blyth. The south-east corner lay beneath the parish church and the south-west corner lay in Eldon Street. A northern bank may have run along the line of Sussex Street. The date of these remains is not known, and they have now been destroyed.
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Source of Reference
Local History of Blyth
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