Lambley is a small village located just about at the point where the River South Tyne flows out of the higher ground of the North Pennines. The village sits on a side-road that sits above a wooded back that runs down to the village, just to the north-east of the main A 689 to Alston and now bypassed by the minor road to Haltwhistle. The village once has a railway, while ran between the river and village on its way north from Alston before turning west to head towards Carlisle.

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