Blackhall Mill


Blackhall Mill is a village in Gateshead just south of Chopwell. It is situated on the noth bank of the River Derwent opposite Hamsterley in County Durham, on the south bank.  

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Footbridge connecting Hamsterley and Blackhall Mill

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Converted chapel, River View

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River Derwent at Blackhall Mill

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Bridge over river Derwent to Blackhall Mill

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Blackhall Mill Social Club

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River View

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Milkwellburn Colliery

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SW McKenzie - 10th DLI - Blackhall Mill (Wounded)

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R Cook - 1st Dragoons - Blackhall Mill (Killed)

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J McLeod - 2nd NF - Blackhall Mill (Wounded)

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Tyne and Wear HER(3405): Blackhall Mill, Blackhall Mill
- Documentary Evidence of the mill that gave the village its name. "Blackhall Mill is shown on a map of 'Blackhall Mill c.1790' and on the 1st edition Ordnance Survey ...

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Chopwell
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Chopwell
- Overview About Chopwell Map Street View   Chopwell is a village in Tyne and Wear, located approximately three miles west of Rowlands Gill and one mile north of Hamsterley. The ...
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