Carrville


Carrville is a village in County Durham, now a suburb of Durham, and part of the the parish of Belmont. It was predominantly an agricultural area until the 19th centaury when the village developed in association with the growth of coal mining.

 

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High Street in Carrville

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Sportsmans Arms in Carrville

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Church Hall, St Mary Magdalene

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Church of St. Mary Magdalene

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History of Belmont, Broomside and Carrville from the early 19th Century
- History, old maps and photos - part of the Website: History of places to the east of Durham City.

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Carrville Methodist Church

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Belmont Parish Council

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