Langley Park


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Langley Park seen from Hill Top

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St Andrew's Methodist Chapel, Langley Park

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Langley Park

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Langley Park Colliery (1873-1975)

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Langley Park War Memorial

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River Browney
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River Browney
- Overview About The River Browney The Browney is a river in County Durham and is the largest tributary of the River Wear. It arises from a spring on Skaylock Hill, ...
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Hill Top Harvey Colliery (1860s-1951)

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New Board Inn at Langley Park

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Langley Park Colliery ‐ Timeline
- Timeline for Langley Park Colliery by Eric Musgrove.

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1916-02-03 g 12

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1915-12-13 b 04

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1916-01-21 (Feb) B 05

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1916-03-08 (Mar) B 07

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