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Croxdale Beck


Croxdale Beck is a small river in County Durham, which is a tributary of the River Wear. The beck is 24 km long and has a catchment area of 47.5 km2.[1] Croxdale Beck joins the River Wear near Sunderland Bridge, after flowing through the village of Croxdale

River Wear Bridge over Croxdale Beck Sunderland Bridge Croxdale - Chapelry, 1848 Kelloe Croxdale
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Ivy Hanging over Croxdale Beck

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Bridge over Croxdale Beck

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Bridge over Croxdale Beck

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Croxdale Beck from Source to Wear

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Kelloe
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Kelloe
- Overview About Kelloe Map Street View Kelloe is a village and civil parish in County Durham, located to the south-east of the City of Durham. Kelloe is a village and civil ...
Croxdale
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Croxdale
- Overview About Croxdale Map Street View Croxdale is a village in County Durham, located near the River Wear, about 4 miles south of Durham and 2 miles north of Spennymoor. The ...
Sunderland Bridge
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Sunderland Bridge
- Overview About Sunderland Bridge Map Street View Sunderland Bridge is both a bridge and a village in County Durham. The old bridge spans the River Wear about 5km south of Durham ...

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