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Durham lost pubs statistics

No. of lost pubs: 613

No. of photos: 163

Date last updated: 16th July 2019

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Lost Pubs In Durham

  Annfield Plain   Fencehouses   Ramshaw
  Aycliffe Village   Framwellgate Moor   Redworth
B   Frosterley   Ryton
  Barnard Castle G S
  Billingham   Gainford   Sacriston
  Billy Row   Gateshead   Scorton
  Birtley   Great Lumley   Seaham
  Bishop Auckland   Great Stainton   Seaton Carew
  Bishop Middleham H   Sedgefield
  Blackhall Rocks   Hartlepool   Sherburn
  Bowburn   Haswell   Sherburn Hill
  Brandon Village   Haswell Plough   Shildon
  Broompark   Hebburn   Shotton Colliery
  Burnhope   Hetton Le Hole   South Shields
  Burnopfield   High Coniscliffe   Spennymoor
  Byers Green   High Etherley   Springwell
C   Houghton Le Spring   St Helen Auckland
  Cassop   Hunwick   St Johns Chapel
  Chester Le Street J   Staindrop
  Chopwell   Jarrow   Stanley
  Cockfield K   Stanley Crook
  Colliery Row   Kelloe   Station Town
  Consett   Kimblesworth   Stockton On Tees
  Copley   Kirk Merrington   Sunderland
  Cornsay L   Swalwell
  Coundon   Lanchester T
  Coundon Grange   Langley Park   Tantobie
  Coxhoe   Ludworth   Thinford
  Crook M   Toft Hill
D   Middlestone Moor   Toronto
  Darlington   Middleton In Teesdale W
  Dawdon   Milborne Port   Waldridge
  Dipton   Murton   Washington
  Durham N   West Auckland
E   Nettlesworth   West Cornforth
  Easington Colliery P   West Pelton
  Easington Lane   Pelton   Wheatley Hill
  Edmondsley   Penshaw   Whickham
  Eldon Lane   Perkinsville   Whitburn
  Escomb   Peterlee   Willington
  Evenwood Q   Wingate
  Quarrington Hill   Witton Gilbert
  Witton Park

Note that the county index above is determined by pre-1974 reorganisation boundaries.