Place:Low Coniscliffe, Durham, England

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NameLow Coniscliffe
TypeVillage
Located inDurham, England
source: Family History Library Catalog


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Low Coniscliffe is a village in the civil parish of Low Coniscliffe and Merrybent, in County Durham, England. It is situated west of Darlington. Its present built-up area is confined in practice between the A1, the A67 and the Tees, but its old boundaries probably extend much further. Its most obvious landmark on the A67 is the Baydale Beck Inn. The village contains a couple of listed buildings and the probable site of a medieval manor house. There was once a gallows in the village.[1] A rare fungus Rhodotus palmatus was found nearby.

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