Egglesburn


Egglesburn is a small village in County Durham, located just over a mile north-west of Eggleston. Egglesburn is situated by Eggleston Burn, near where it joins the River Tees.

Egglesburn is a village in County Durham, in England. It is situated in Teesdale, on the other side of the River Tees from Mickleton.

In the 1960s Durham County Council bought a former sand and gravel quarry which they turned into a wild life reserve. It is now the woodland known as Egglesburn Wood and open as a public recreation area.

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Egglesburn Farm

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Egglesburn Baptist Chapel

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Barn near Egglesburn

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Egglesburn Wood

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Egglesburn Bridge

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Egglesburn Farm

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B6282 at Egglesburn

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Egglesburn

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Eggleston Burn
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Eggleston Burn
- Eggleston Burn is a tributary of the River Tees. The burn forms on Middleton Common at the confluence of Little Eggleshope Beck and Great Eggleshope Beck. Eggleston Burn has a catchment ...
Eggleston
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Eggleston
- Overview About Eggleston Map Street View   Eggleston is a village in County Durham, in England. The population of the civil parish taken at the 2011 Census was 448. It ...

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