Corbridge is a small town on the River Tyne in Northumberland, in the north of England and has just over 4000 inhabitants. It originated from the Roman camp Coriosopidum, whose remains can be visited as an open-air museum. Another attraction is the 14th-century St. Andrews Church, the oldest parts of which date back to the Romanesque period. Corbridge has a train station on the Newcastle and Carlisle Railway route and is on the old Roman road Dere Street.