Haswell Plough, County Durham


Haswell Plough is a village in County Durham, located about half a mile south-west of Haswell and a mile north-west of Shotton Colliery.

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DH6 175: George VI pillar box, Haswell Plough, Co Durham

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Houses on Gloucester Terrace, Haswell Plough

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Converted chapel at Haswell Plough

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Front Street, Haswell Plough

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Lane to join footpath at Haswell Plough

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Former chapel, now a private house

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Haswell; Haswell Plough (County Durham) - Local History
- "Sadly, we know little about Haswell or Haswell Plough before the medieval period. There was certainly some kind of settlement here in the Anglo-Saxon period, as the name of the ...

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H Simpson - 14th DLI - Haswell Plough (Killed)

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John Cowie - 5th DLI - Haswell Plough (Wounded)

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John W Davies - Haswell Plough (Killed)

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Thomas Craggs - Haswell Plough (Wounded)

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Haswell, County Durham
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Haswell, County Durham
- Overview About Haswell Map Street View Haswell is a village in County Durham, which is in easy commuting distance of Durham City, which is about 6 miles to the west. ...
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Garage at Haswell Plough on the B1283

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Haswell Colliery (1835-1896)
- Haswell Colliery, located between Haswell and Haswell Plough, first began producing coal on 2nd July 1835. It was reputably the first colliery in the world with a steel cable down ...
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1916-03-30 (Mar) C 11

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