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Wikipedia: Evenwood Gate
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Evenwood Gate, County Durham


Evenwood Gate is a village in County Durham, located about a quarter of a mile south-east of Evenwood. The village is on the A688 road, on the junction with Evenwood Lane. The Brown Jug Inn in Evenwood Gate was sadly destroyed by a fire in 2008.[1] Evenwood Gate is part of the civil parish of Evenwood and Barony.

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A688 entering Evenwood Gate

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Brown Jug Inn ; Evenwood Gate

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Evenwood Gate

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Evenwood Lane crossing Crook Beck Bridge

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Evenwood, County Durham
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Evenwood, County Durham
- Overview About Evenwood Map Street View Evenwood is a village in County Durham situated by the River Gaunless. It is the largest settlement in the civil parish of Evenwood and Barony. ...
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Evenwood and Barony Parish
- Overview Map The civil parish of Evenwood & Barony in County Durham includes the villages of Evenwood, Evenwood Gate, High Lands, Morley, Ramshaw and Wind Mill, and the hamlet of ...
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Derelict Brown Jug pub at Evenwood Gate pulled down before it fell down
- Teesdale Mercury, 10/06/2016. "AN eyesore has been levelled and plans to replace it with ten new homes are expected to be submitted later this month. The Brown Jug ...

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Pipeline parallel to Evenwood Lane

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