An unplanned stop, this picturesque coastal town caught our eye from the train on our journey from London to Edinburgh. Berwick is a Northern English border town. It has changed hands between England and Scotland 13 times, but has been part of England since 1482. The walls were constructed in the 14th century during the reign of King Edward I to fortify the town against Scottish attack. It's church, Holy Trinity, is notable because it has no tower, bell or steeple.