Middle Rainton

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Middle Rainton
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Location in Tyne and Wear
Location Tyne and Wear, England, UK
Coordinates 54°49′08″N1°29′17″W / 54.819°N 1.488°W / 54.819; -1.488 Coordinates: 54°49′08″N1°29′17″W / 54.819°N 1.488°W / 54.819; -1.488
OS grid reference NZ330472

Middle Rainton was a small hamlet between West Rainton and East Rainton in the City of Sunderland, north east England. It was subject to a schedule D notice[ clarification needed ] and hence ceased to exist in the 1970s. The site of Middle Rainton is now a Nature Reserve open to the Public. It lies on the A690 road, about 3 miles (5 km) east of the A1(M).


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