Tanfield Lea


 

Tanfield Lea is a village north of Stanley, County Durham, England, and south of Tantobie.

Religious sites

There is a Methodist Church, which also has a village hall.

Industry

The Ever Ready battery company used to be a major employer in the local area, employing over a thousand workers at its peak. The Tanfield Lea factory was closed in 1996, following the take over of British Ever Ready by the American company Ralston Purina in 1992.

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Minor road entering Tanfield Lea

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Back street in Tanfield Lea, Co.Durham

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Footbridge in Tanfield Woods

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Tanfield Lea Methodist Church and Hall

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Terraced houses, Tanfield Lea

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Palm Terrace, Woodside Grove

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King Edward Street, Tanfield Lea

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Barber's shop, Tanfield Lea

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Tanfield Lea Post Office

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Parkside Cottages

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Sports ground, New Front Street, Tanfield Lea

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Playground, Woodside Grove

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