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Crimdon Beck


Crimdon Beck is a stream in County Durham which runs through Crimdon Dene and discharges into the sea near Crimdon. It is a 'misfit' stream - much smaller than the wide valley, which is a limestone gorge, carved by the water from melting ice at the end of the last ice age.[1] Layers of glacial clay, sand and gravel were deposited in the valley at this time. Crimdon Dene is a nature reserve and is spanned by the Crimdon Dene Railway Viaduct

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Crimdon Beck

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Bridleway bridge over Crimdon Beck

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Crimdon beck, Crimdon Dene

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Crimdon Dene

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Footbridge over Crimdon Beck

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Crimdon Beck (3)

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Culvert for Crimdon Beck under the A1086 embankment

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Crimdon Beck and Hart Warren Dunes

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Crimdon Dene Railway Viaduct
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Crimdon Dene Railway Viaduct
- Overview Map Street View The viaduct over Crimdon Dene was built in 1905 to carry the North Eastern Railway. The viaduct is located close to the mouth of Crimdon Dene, ...
Crimdon
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Crimdon
- Overview About Crimdon Map Street View Crimdon is a coastal village in County Durham, located between Blackhall Rocks and Hartlepool on the A1086 coast road. It is part of the ...
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Crimdon: A walk of nature, sea, sand and countryside
- A 3 mile walk, map of the area, and details of sites of interest.

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Crimdon Beck from Source to Sea

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