Poster for 'Railway Man' movie in Granary Gallery in Berwick upon Tweed: Part of the movie was shot in Berwick upon Tweed: http://www.europealacarte.co.uk/blog/2012/05/11/the-railway-man-filmin-berwick-upon-twee/
Lindisfarne Castle is a 16th-century castle located on Holy Island, near Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland, England, much altered by Sir Edwin Lutyens in 1901. The island is accessible from the mainland at low tide by means of a causeway. The castle is located in what was once the very volatile border area between England and Scotland. Not only did the English and Scots fight, but the area was frequently attacked by Vikings. - E. L. Lutyens
The Holy Island of Lindisfarne (celtic) is accessible only at low tide, twice daily, by a three mile long causeway, built in 1954. Holy Island was one of the principle centers of Christianity during the Dark Ages. In 635AD St. Aidan came from Iona and found his monastery. The Christian word flourished here and spread throughout the world. Holy Island is a center of pilgrimage, tranquility, and scenic beauty attracting multitudes of visitors. The jewel in the crown of Northumbria.