Hobson, County Durham


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The Hobson

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A692 Front Street, Hobson

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Shared-use path crossing of Syke Road

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Syke Road, Hobson

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Former colliery house at the Hobson

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Burnopfield
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Burnopfield
- Overview About Burnopfield Map Street View "The settlement of Burnopfield is believed to have Anglo-Saxon origins, but its interest today lies in its connections with the local coal mining industry ...
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Burnopfield Colliery (1725 - 1968)
- Burnopfield Colliery (also known as Hobson Colliery or Hobson Pit) was first sunk in c.1725[1] (another source indicates it opened in 1742)[2]. The colliery gave rise to the pit village ...

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