Place:Thinford, Durham, England

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NameThinford
TypeVillage
Located inDurham, England


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Thinford is a small hamlet in County Durham, England. It is situated to the east of Spennymoor, between Darlington and Durham at the intersection of the A167 and the A688. It consists of only a few houses, but contains a pub and restaurant serving a wider area, as well as a McDonald's restaurant and BP filling station serving traffic on the A167.

Thinford is in the process of a multimillion pound redevelopment known as Durham Gate. This is due to bring hundreds of new homes, shops and office facilities. Work has already started on the development and people are already living on a Persimmon homes complex known as Watson Park, Thinford Gardens.

About one mile to the east of Thinford, there is an electrical substation, which is linked by a line of L6 pylons to the Stella West substation in Tyneside, and by a line of L12 400kV pylons (which replaced the older L66 275kV pylons in 2011) to the Norton substation in Teesside.


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