Murton, Tyne and Wear

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Murton
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Murton
Location within Tyne and Wear
OS grid reference NZ328708
Metropolitan borough
Metropolitan county
Region
Country England
Sovereign state United Kingdom
Post town NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE
Postcode district NE27
Dialling code 0191
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Fire Tyne and Wear
Ambulance North East
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Tyne and Wear
55°01′52″N1°29′13″W / 55.031°N 1.487°W / 55.031; -1.487 Coordinates: 55°01′52″N1°29′13″W / 55.031°N 1.487°W / 55.031; -1.487

Murton is a small village situated in Tyne and Wear in the North East of England and is part of the urban conurbation of North Tyneside. The village is separated by fields from the nearby areas of West Monkseaton, New York, Earsdon and Shiremoor.

The village contains a public house, the Robin Hood, and an equestrian centre.

Murton Farmhouse on the New York Road is a Grade II listed building, with parts dating from the 18th century. [1]


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References

  1. "Murton Farmhouse". British Listed Buildings.