Durham University

College Campus Founded
Collingwood College Durham (Hill) 1972
Grey College Durham (Hill) 1959
Hatfield College Durham (Bailey) 1846
John Snow College Queen's (Stockton) 2001
Josephine Butler College Durham (Hill) 2006
St Aidan's College Durham (Hill) 1947
St Chad's College Durham (Bailey) 1904
St Cuthbert's Society Durham (Bailey) 1888
College of St Hild and St Bede Durham 1975
St John's College Durham (Bailey) 1909
St Mary's College Durham (Hill) 1899
Stephenson College Queen's (Stockton) 2001
Trevelyan College Durham (Hill) 1966
University College Durham (Bailey) 1832
Ustinov College Durham (Hill) 1965
Van Mildert College Durham (Hill) 1965
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Durham University
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Durham University courtyard

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College of S. Hild and S. Bede, Durham

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Old Shire Hall

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Durham (City)
- Overview History of Durham Timeline Map Street View   Early history Archeological evidence suggests a history of settlement in the area since roughly 2000 BC. The present city can clearly ...
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Cosin's Hall, Palace Green, Durham
- Overview Map Street View Cosin's Hall is a large Georgean building located on Owengate on the east side of Palace Green in Durham. It was originally built c.1700 as Archdeacons's ...
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Pemberton Building, Palace Green, Durham
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Palace Green, Durham
- Overview About Palace Green Map Street View Palace Green is a grassed area immediately north of Durham Cathedral. The Green is surrounded by historic buildings, many associated with the Prince Bishops ...
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Durham University

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Arthur Holmes (1890 - 1965)
- Overview About Arthur Holmes Arthur Holmes was born in Hebburn on the 14h of January 1890. He spent much of his childhood in Low Fell, Gateshead. Holmes went on to ...


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