Billy Row, County Durham


 

Billy Row is a village in County Durham, England. It is situated a short distance to the north of Crook. According to the 2001 census Billy Row has a population of 824.

The name Billy Row was given by Sir William Row who was given the land of billy row.

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Billy Hill near Crook

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The Green at Billy Row

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Billy Row War Memorial

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Looking down Billy Hill

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Looking down Billy Row Bank in winter

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White Lea Farm, near Billy Row, Crook

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Houses south of Billy Row

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Billy Hall, Crook

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Billy Hall and beyond

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