Place:Low Walworth, Durham, England

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NameLow Walworth
TypeVillage
Located inDurham, England


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Low Walworth is a hamlet in County Durham, England, to the north−west of the edge of Darlington. It consists of Low Walworth Hall, Low Walworth Farm and their respective cottages, flats and outbuildings. Several of these buildings are listed, and date from the 17th to the 19th century. Attached to one of the late-18th-century farm buildings is a gin gang, or building from which a horse powered a threshing machine by walking in a circle.[1][2] The hall has accommodated at least one High Sheriff of Durham.

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