Market Place, Durham


The Market Place in Durham is off Silver Street and is one of the focal points of the city. Around square are the Town Hall (1851) and Guildhall (c.17th century), and the Church of St. Nicholas (1858). In the square are the Statue of the 3rd Marquis of Londonderry (1861), and the Statue of Neptune (1729).

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Market Place

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The Market Place & Town Hall Durham

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Saturday in Durham Marketplace

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Market Place, Durham, 2004

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Woolworths, Durham

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The Market Tavern, Durham

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Changes at Durham Market Square

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Silver Street, Durham

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Durham Market Stalls

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Market Place, Durham

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Durham Market Square

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Barclays bank

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Dusk in the Market Place

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Durham Market Place

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Neptune in the snow

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Market Tavern, Durham

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Barclay's Bank

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