Cornsay Colliery

Description

Cornsay Colliery is a village in County Durham, England. It is situated a few miles to the west of Durham, close to Cornsay, Quebec and Esh Winning. Regarding Cornsay Colliery, the following is taken from History, Topography, and Directory of the County Palatine of Durham published by Francis Whellan & Company in 1894: The Cornsay Colliery, worked by Messrs. Ferens and Love, was first opened out in 1868, and is situated within the township of Cornsay, but in this parish. Go to the map ⬆⬆

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Populated areas, municipalities, cities and towns

  1. Brancepeth
  2. Page Bank
  3. Clough Dene
  4. Shield Row
  5. Billy Row
  6. Cornsay Colliery
  7. Maiden Law
  8. Newbiggin, Lanchester
  9. North Bitchburn
  10. Ornsby Hill
  11. Roddymoor
  12. Sunnybrow
  13. Catchgate
  14. Langley Park, County Durham
  15. South Moor

Geography

  1. Whitworth, County Durham

Districts

  1. Crook and Willington Urban District

suburbs

  1. High Grange (Darlington)

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  1. Real Radio North East
  2. Pontop Pike transmitting station

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