Bolam, County Durham


Bolam is a village in County Durham located 6 miles north west of Darlington and 3 miles south of Bishop Auckland. The parish Church of St Andrew was built 1835 and is Grade II listed. Legs Cross (a 9th century monument) on Dere Street (road, on the route of a former Roman Road) is located about half a mile east of the village.

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Appraisal of the Archaeological and Historic Landscape Context of Bolam (PDF)
- AN APPRAISAL OF THE ARCHAEOLOGICAL AND HISTORIC LANDSCAPE CONTEXT OF BOLAM AS SUPPORTING MATERIAL FOR DESIGNATION AS A CONSERVATION AREA. ARCHAEO-ENVIRONMENT LTD FOR BOLAM PARISH MEETING. OCTOBER 2009 - information, maps ...

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Bolan village
- Photograph of Bolan village by Vivienne Smith and licensed for reuse under this Creative Commons Licence.

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Ancient monument at Legs Cross near Bolam Co Durham
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St. Andrew's Church : Bolam Parish Church of Heighington : Built 1835
- Photograph by Hugh Mortime published under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 2.0 Generic license.

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4 - Legs Cross Hill

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Legs Cross
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Legs Cross
- Overview Map Street View Near Bolam, County Durham. "The base and fragment of a cross shaft dating from the 9th century. A rough cut rectangular sandstone base, badly worn, but ...
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Old School House, Bolam

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Pub and carpark in Bolam

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Road into Bolam from the west

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