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South Church


South Church is a village immediately south-east of Bishop Auckland. The ancient St Andrew's Church is located here.

South Church is a village just south of Bishop Auckland in County Durham, England.

South Church railway station opened in 1842 but was in operation for only about three years. Nowadays the area is served by Bishop Auckland railway station.

The 18th century astronomer and mathematician Thomas Wright was buried in the grounds of St Andrew's church after he died in 1786.

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Riverside residences in St Wilfred's Walk, South Church

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Auckland, St Andrew's Church.

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Terraced housing on Rosemount Road

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Factory unit on north side of Dovecot Hill

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New housing on Milford Meadow

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B6282 entering South Church

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Rosemount Road (B6282)

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Eldon Lane
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Eldon Lane
River Gaunless
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River Gaunless
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South Church Drift

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