Ingleton, County Durham


Ingleton (County Durham) is a village located about 8 miles west of Darlington. Not to be confused with Ingleton in North Yorkshire.

Ingleton is a village and civil parish in County Durham, England. The population of the parish (which includes Headlam and Langton) as taken at the 2011 census was 420. It is situated about eight miles to the west of Darlington, and a short distance from the villages of Langton, Hilton and Killerby.

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Church of St. John the Evangelist at Ingleton

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A village green in Ingleton

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Ingleton chapel

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Village scene, Ingleton

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Millennium stone, Ingleton

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Ingleton Parish Council
- "...The first written record of Ingleton was in King Chanute's reign, he was born in A.D. 994 and died in A.D. 1016, he had a palace at ...

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Approach to Ingleton from Gainford

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Footpath, Ingleton

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House on the B6279, Ingleton

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Cottages at Ingleton

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Old Hillside House : Ingleton, (dated 1627)

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B6279 through Ingleton

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The Black Horse, Ingleton

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The Black Horse, Ingleton

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Sign for the Black Horse

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Junction of Gainford Road with B6279 in Ingleton

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Bus stop and shelter, Ingleton

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Approach to Ingleton

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An old millstone recycled

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A flower meadow in May

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Nursery End, Ingleton

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