Egglescliffe


Egglescliffe is a village in the borough of Stockton-on-Tees. It is situated on a hill by the River Tees, with Yarm nearby on the opposite bank of the river, joined by Yarm Bridge and Yarm Railway Viaduct. Eaglescliffe joins the village to the north. The Parish Church dates back to Norman times.
Starting on Butts Lane, near the village Green, in the older part of Egglscliff
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The River Tees At Egglescliffe

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St John The Baptist Church, Egglescliffe

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The Pot and Glass Public House

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The village green Egglescliffe

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Cottages on Church Road

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Egglescliffe or Eaglescliffe?
- "Ever wondered why the railway station in Egglescliffe is called Eaglescliffe? There have been many urban legends surrounding the two places, but could it just be down to a simple ...

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The Old Hall at Egglescliffe

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