Hunstanworth


Hunstanworth is a small village by the River Derwent near Blanchland in County Durham, close to the border with Northumberland. From the 18th century Hunstanworth was dominated by lead mining and there are still visible remains in the area from the 19th century Derwent Lead Mining Company.
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River Derwent Below Hunstanworth

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Hunstanworth

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St James Church, Hunstanworth

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Hunstanworth History
- "Hunstanworth is a North Pennine parish close to the Northumberland/County Durham border and just two miles south west of historic Blanchland. Today's picturesque cottages and windswept heather moorlands ...

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Lead Mining and Smelting
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Hunstanworth (County Durham) - Local History
- "The village of Hunstanworth lies in the very north of Durham close to the border with Northumberland. It is just to the south of Blanchland, the site of an important ...

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Blanchland
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Blanchland
- Overview About Blanchland Map Street View Blanchland is a village in Northumberland situated within the North Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It is very close to the border with ...

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