Discover vintage footage of the County Durham town of Stanley, beginning with a 1917 war hero returning home on the train.Read More »Stanley, County Durham: Old Photos & Films
Chester-le-Street is one of County Durham’s oldest markets towns and is famous for the Shrove Tuesday football match, which probably had its origins in medieval times. This was the resting place of St Cuthbert for more than a century and was later home to a thriving coal industry, but today the town is best known for its cricket club.Read More »Chester-le-Street Old Photos & Film
Fishburn Colliery throughout the 20th century was a community of miners, coke workers, and associated industry. Today just a busy road disturbs the peace of this small and quiet village.Read More »Fishburn Colliery Village, County Durham
Videos of the local history of County Durham, in the North East of England, reflect its proud heritage as the engine behind the Industrial Revolution.
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