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Wolsingham

Wolsingham

(2.2 miles, 3.6 km, direction S)

This is a lovely village lying on the edge of the North Pennines in an area of great scenic beauty. It is a wild and beautiful landscape dotted only by scattered farms with meadows full of grazing sheep and cattle...

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Stanhope Manor

Stanhope

(4.4 miles, 7.2 km, direction W)

This is a lovely, bustling little town is set amidst the charm of Weardale, it is almost entirely built of stone particularly around the old Market Square, dominated by a fine stone cross...

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Fall Berries at Craigside, England

Craigside

(5.1 miles, 8.2 km, direction SE)

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Blanchland

Blanchland

(8.2 miles, 13.2 km, direction NW)

Blanchland is a small picturesque village nestled beside the river in the Derwent Valley within the North Pennines Area Of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It is surrounded by.....

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A picture of Escomb

Escomb

(10.2 miles, 16.4 km, direction SE)

Lying in a prominent position ringed by the River Wear, Escomb is best known for its magnificent Saxon Church reputed to be built from stones brought from the near-by ruined Roman Fort at Binchester...

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Bishops Park, Bishop Auckland, Durham 7th Jan 2010

Bishop Auckland

(11.3 miles, 18.2 km, direction SE)

This was the busy social and commercial centre of the south-west Durham coalfield, but the town is actually much older than the Industrial Revolution, although that historic.....

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Crook Hall, Durham City

Durham

(12.7 miles, 20.5 km, direction E)

Durham as a town reflects the long history of its magnificent castle and cathedral with its winding streets, ancient market place and alleyways and other old churches to discover.....

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Collingwood Street, Coundon, County Durham

Coundon

(12.8 miles, 20.7 km, direction SE)

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Town Street of Beamish Museum

Beamish

(12.9 miles, 20.7 km, direction NE)

Beamish is famous for its lovely open-air museum which so vividly brings to life how the folk of the region lived at the turn of the 20th century...

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Sunset over Spennymoor

Spennymoor

(13.5 miles, 21.7 km, direction E)

Long before Spennymoor ever existed there was... Spenny Moor. Spenny Moor was a vast area of common land, and we are indebted to noted historian and antiquarian Robert Surtees.....

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Allensford Country Park

(5.8 miles, 9.3 km, direction N)

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Pow Hill Country Park

(6.8 miles, 11.0 km, direction NW)

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River Derwent, Lockhaugh

Derwent Walk Country Park

(7.5 miles, 12.1 km, direction N)

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Double rainbow

Hamsterley Forest

(7.9 miles, 12.8 km, direction S)

Hampsterley Forest encompasses over five thousand acres, it is a combination of parkland and forest, giving access to some of the.....

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Blanchland Abbey, Northumberland

Blanchland Abbey

(8.4 miles, 13.5 km, direction NW)

Blanchland Abbey was founded as a priory in 1165 by Walter de Bolbec II, and became an abbey in the late 13th century. The.....

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Frosterly in Weardale, County Durham

Weardale

(10.2 miles, 16.4 km, direction W)

This lovely scenic valley lies between the town of Bishop Auckland, seat of princes of the church and the charming market town of.....

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Inside Brancepeth Castle

Brancepeth Castle

(10.3 miles, 16.6 km, direction E)

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Hypocaust at Binchester Roman Fort, County Durham

Binchester Roman Fort

(10.7 miles, 17.3 km, direction SE)

For over 300 years, Binchester Roman Fort was occupied for. To begin with, soldiers in this fort did not come from this area;.....

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Auckland Castle, Bishop Auckland, County Durham

Auckland Castle

(11.5 miles, 18.4 km, direction SE)

With its grand arch, Auckland Castle, also known as Auckland Palace or the Bishop's Castle, is the official residence of the.....

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Low Force, at Bowlees on the River Tees, Upper Teesdale, County Durham.

Teesdale

(12.1 miles, 19.4 km, direction SW)

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