Grassholme, County Durham


Grassholme is a hamlet in County Durham, located about 8 miles north-west of Barnard Castle and 4 miles south-east of Middleton-in-Teesdale. It is located along the Pennine Way, and notable for Grassholme Reservoir (fed by the River Lune) and nature reserve.

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Farmhouse at Grassholme Farm

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The Barn Holiday Cottage in Lunedale

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Entrance for path to bird hide at Grasshome Reservoir Nature Reserve

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The lane to Grassholme Farm

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Head of Grassholme Reservoir and the Balderhead Dam

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Grassholme information board

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Grassholme Reservoir

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Grassholme Reservoir

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River Lune (County Durham)
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River Lune (County Durham)
- The Lune is a river in County Durham which is a tributary to the River Tees. The Lune rises close to Lune Head Farm at the confluence of Lune Head ...

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