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List of places in County Durham

Map of villages in County Durham compiled from this list
See the list of places in England for places in other counties.

This is a list of places in County Durham, in England.

The area covered is the entire ceremonial county, hence the inclusion of places in unitary authorities no longer administered by Durham County Council, and places that lay within historic county boundaries of County Durham which now form other counties. Towns and cities are highlighted in bold.

Contents

  • A 1
  • B 2
  • C 3
  • D 4
  • E 5
  • F 6
  • G 7
  • H 8
  • I 9
  • K 10
  • L 11
  • M 12
  • N 13
  • O 14
  • P 15
  • Q 16
  • R 17
  • S 18
  • T 19
  • U 20
  • W 21

A

Aislaby, Allensford, Annfield Plain, Archdeacon Newton,Auckland Park Aukside, Aycliffe Village

Barnard Castle
Beamish Museum
Billingham Forum
Durham Cathedral
St. John's College, Durham
Durham, South Bailey
Escomb Church
Middleton-in-Teesdale
River Tees, High Force
Seaton Carew, The Green

B

Barmpton, Barnard Castle, Barningham, Beamish, Beamish Open Air Museum, Bearpark, Beaumont Hill, Bedburn, Belmont, Benfieldside, Biddick, Bildershaw, Billingham, Billy Row, Binchester, Bishop Auckland, Bishop Middleham, Bishopsgarth, Bishopton, Blackhall Colliery, Blackhall Rocks, Blackhill, Blackwell, Bolam, Boldron, Bournmoor, Bowbank, Bowburn, Bowes, Bowes Museum, Bowlees, Bradbury, Brafferton, Brancepeth, Brandon, Branksome, Bridge End, Bridgehill, Brierton, Brignall, Broom Hill, Broompark, Brotherlee, Browney, Burnhope, Burnopfield, Butterknowle, Butterwick, Byers Green Byker Hill, Blackfell ( Washington), Birtley, Blaydon

C

Carlbury, Carlton, Carrville, Cassop, Castle Eden, Castleside, Catchgate, Causey, Chester Moor, Chester-le-Street, Chilton, Chilton Lane, Cleatlam, Close House, Clough Dene, Coal Bank, Cockerton, Cockfield, Cold Hesledon, Collierley, Consett, Copley, Copthill, Cornforth, Cornriggs, Cornsay, Cornsay Colliery, Cotherstone, Coundon, Coundon Grange, Coundongate, Cowpen Bewley, Cowshill, Coxhoe, Craghead, Craigside, Crawleyside, Crimdon Park, Crook, Crookgate Bank, Crookhall, Croxdale, Cleadon

D

Daddry Shield, Dalton Piercy, Dalton-le-Dale, Darlington, Dawdon, Deaf Hill, Dean Bank, Delves Lane, Deneside, Dent Bank, Denton, Dipton, Dragonville, Durham, Durham University, Durham railway station, Durham Tees Valley Airport

E

Eaglescliffe, Easington, Easington Colliery, East Blackdene, East Briscoe, East Hedleyhope, East Kyo, East Law, East Stanley, Eastbourne, Eastgate, Ebchester, Eden Vale, Edmondsley, Edmundbyers, Egglesburn, Egglescliffe, Eggleston, Eldon, Eldon Lane, Elstob, Elton, Elwick, Embleton, Escomb, Esh, Esh Winning, Esperley Lane Ends, Etherley Dene, Ettersgill, Evenwood, Evenwood Gate

F

Fairfield, Faverdale, Ferryhill, Ferryhill Station, Finchale Priory, Fir Tree, Firth Moor, Fishburn, Fleming Field, Flint Hill, Forest-in-Teesdale, Foxton, Framwelgate, Framwellgate Moor, Frosterley, Fulwell

G

Gainford, Garmondsway, Gilesgate, Gilesgate Moor, Gilmonby, Grange Hill, Grange Villa, Grassholme, Great Burdon, Great Chilton, Great Lumley, Great Stainton, Greatham, Greencroft, Greenhill, Greta Bridge, Grindon

H

High Friarside, High Grange, High Haswell, High Hesledon, High Shincliffe, High Stoop, High Throston, High Urpeth, High Westwood, Hill End, Hill Top (Stanley), Hill Top (Teesdale), Hilton, Hobson, Holmside, Holwick, Horden, Horsleyhope, Houghall, Houghton Bank, Houghton-le-Side, Howden-le-Wear, Hummersknott, Hunderthwaite, Hunstanworth, Hunwick, Hurworth Place, Hurworth-on-Tees, Hury, Hutton Henry, Hutton Magna, Harton, Hedworth

I

Ingleton, Inkerman, Ireshopeburn, Iveston

K

Kelloe, Kepier, Killerby, Kimblesworth, Kinninvie, Kip Hill, Kirk Merrington, Knitsley

L

Laithkirk, Lambton, Lanchester, Lanehead, Langdon Beck, Langley Moor, Langley Park, Langton, Lartington, Leadgate, Leamside, Leasingthorne, Leeholme, Lingfield, Lintz, Lintzgarth, Little Newsham, Little Stainton, Little Thorpe, Littletown, Longnewton, Low Coniscliffe, Low Dinsdale, Low Etherley, Low Flatts, Low Walworth, Low Westwood, Lowes Barn, Ludworth, Lumley Thicks

M

Middridge, Moor End, Moorside, Mordon, Morley, Morton Tinmouth, Mount Pleasant (Spennymoor), Mount Pleasant (Stockton-on-Tees), Mowden, Muggleswick, Murton, Monkwearmouth

N

Neasham, Nettlesworth, Neville's Cross, New Brancepeth, New Coundon, New House, New Hunwick, New Kyo, Newbiggin (Lanchester), Newbiggin (Teesdale), Newfield (Bishop Auckland), Newfield (Chester-le-Street), Newton Aycliffe, Newton Bewley, Newton Hall, Newton Ketton, No Place, North Bitchburn, North Close, North End, Northlea, Norton

O

Oak Tree, Oakenshaw, Old Cassop, Old Durham, Old Eldon, Old Quarrington, Old Stillington, Old Wingate, Ornsby Hill, Ouston, Ovington, Owton Manor, Oxhill

P

Page Bank, Parkside, Pelton, Pelton Fell, Perkinsville, Peterlee, Phoenix Row, Pickering Nook, Piercebridge, Pittington, Pity Me, Plawsworth, Pontop Pike, Port Clarence, Portrack, Preston-le-Skerne, Preston-on-Tees

Q

Quaking Houses, Quarrington Hill, Quebec

R

Rainton Gate, Ramshaw (Bishop Auckland), Ramshaw (Consett), Redmarshall, Redworth, Rift House, Rise Carr, River Wear, River Tees, Roddymoor, Romaldkirk, Rookhope, Roseworth, Royal Oak, Rushyford,

S

Sacriston, Sadberge, St Helen Auckland, St John's Chapel, Satley, Scargill, School Aycliffe, Seaham, Seaton, Seaton Carew, Seaton Carew railway station, Sedgefield, Shadforth, Sheep Hill, Sheraton, Sherburn, Sherburn Hill, Shield Row, Shildon, Shincliffe, Shiney Row, Shotley Bridge, Shotton (Peterlee), Shotton (Sedgefield), Shotton Colliery, Skerne Park, Snaisgill, Sockburn, South Church, South Hetton, South Moor, South Pelaw, South Side, South Stanley, South Wingate, Spennymoor, Staindrop, Stainton, Stainton Grove, Stanhope, Stanhope and Tyne Railway, Stanley, Stanley Crook, Startforth, Station Town, Stillington, Stockton-on-Tees, Stockton and Darlington Railway, Stony Heap, Summerhouse, Sunderland Bridge, Sunniside, Sunny Brow sunderland

T

Tan Hills, Tanfield, Tantobie, The Dene, The Grove, The Headland, The Middles, The Slack, Thinford, Thornley (Durham), Thornley (Weardale), Thorpe Larches, Thorpe Thewles, Thringarth, Tindale Crescent, Todhills, Toft Hill, Toronto, Tow Law, Town Kelloe, Townfield, Trimdon, Trimdon Colliery, Trimdon Grange, Tudhoe, Tudhoe Grange, Tursdale

U

Urlay Nook, Urpeth, Ushaw Moor, Ushaw College

W

Wackerfield, Waldridge, Wall Nook, Walworth, Walworth Gate, Waskerley, Waterhouses, Weardale, Weardale Railway, Wearhead, West Auckland, West Blackdene, West Cornforth, West Kyo, West Lea, West Park (Darlington), West Park (Hartlepool), West Pasture, West Pelton, West Rainton, West View, Western Hill, Westerton, Westgate, Westwick, Wheatley Hill, Whinfield, White-le-Head, Whitton, Whitworth, County Durham, Whorlton, Willington, Wingate, Winston, Witton Gilbert, Witton Park, Witton-le-Wear, Wolsingham, Wolviston, Woodham, Woodland, Woodside, Wycliffe, Wreckenton

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