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Old Post Office

The old Post Office in Witton-le-Wear was built in c.1840 and is Grade II listed on the National Heritage List for England. It's previous importance to the community is reflected in the street name: "Post Office Street". Today, the Post Office operates from the Methodist Church on a limited one-da-a-week basis.

Witton-le-Wear Historic Buildings and Monuments in Witton-le-Wear
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Former Post Office, Witton-le-Wear

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George V postbox on Post Office Street, Witton-le-Wear

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Post Office Street Witton-le-Wear

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POST OFFICE - Witton-le-Wear - List Entry
- "House and shop with loft. Circa 1840. Roughly-squared coursed rubble; Welsh slate roof with brick chimmeys. 2 storeys, 2 wide bays. Shop in right bay has central 4-panel door and …

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List number: 1229324
List grade: 2
County: County Durham
Grid ref: NZ1493831246


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