Pittington


Pittington is a village and civil parish in County Durham, located to the north-east of the city of Durham. The civil parish of Pittington incorporates the villages of Littletown, Low Pittington and High Pittington (which extends into Hallgarth).

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Coalford Lane, Pittington

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Pittington Colliery (c1820-1891)

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Junction, High Street and Coalford Lane

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High Street, Low Pittington

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Coalford Lane, Pittington

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The Blacksmiths at Low Pittington

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The Duke of Wellington, Pittington

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Pittington - Local History
- "The village of Pittington lies to the north-east of Durham city. There is evidence of settlement in the area from over 4000 years ago. A number of simple flint tools ...

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Belmont Colliery (1836-c1872)

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