Short history of Wingate and Station Town

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    Marjorie Cain, Short history of Wingate and Station Town, 1960 in the Trimdon Times. "Wingate parish was formed from the parishes of Kelloe and Castle Eden by an Order in Council 1842. Station Town and South Wingate were added in 1885. Wingate Grange lies to the east of Thornley, ten miles east-south-east of Durham, and is now a considerable colliery village. The colliery was first opened by Lord Howden and Partners, from whom the land was purchased to build the first cottages. In 1801 the population of Wingate was recorded as 135, increasing, due to the spread of mining operations, to the present day figure of 3,899. Although...."
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    Trimdon Times
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