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North Hylton is a suburb of Sunderland, Tyne and Wear, in northeast England. It is on the north bank of River Wear opposite South Hylton.
Hylton Castle is in North Hylton. The settlement developed in the 14th century around the river crossing which was operated by the Lords of Hilton. By the 18th century industries such as shipbuilding contributed to population growth resulting in an 1871 Census return of almost 500.
The area is the subject of the painting A Breezy Day, North Hylton by Richard A Ray.
Durham is a cathedral city and the county town of County Durham in the north east of England. The city lies on the River Wear, to the south-west of Sunderland, south of Newcastle upon Tyne and to the north of Darlington. Founded over the final resting place of St Cuthbert, its Norman cathedral became a centre of pilgrimage in medieval England. The cathedral and adjacent 11th-century castle were designated a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1986. The castle has been the home of Durham University since 1832. HM Prison Durham is also located close to the city centre. City of Durham is the name of the civil parish.
Hilton or Hylton may refer to:
The River Tyne is a river in North East England and its length is 73 miles (118 km). It is formed by the confluence of two rivers: the North Tyne and the South Tyne. These two rivers converge at Warden Rock near Hexham in Northumberland at a place dubbed 'The Meeting of the Waters'.
Sunderland is a port city and the main settlement of the City of Sunderland, in Tyne and Wear, England. It is situated 12 miles north-east of Durham and 10 miles south-east of Newcastle upon Tyne, at the mouth of the River Wear.
The Tyne and Wear Metro is a light rail network serving as the rapid transit system linking South Tyneside and Sunderland with Gateshead, Newcastle upon Tyne, North Tyneside and Newcastle Airport. The network opened in stages from August 1980, and now serves a total of 60 stations, with two lines covering 48.2 miles (77.6 km) of track.
Stanhope is a small market town in County Durham, England, situated on the River Wear between Eastgate and Frosterley on the north-east side of Weardale. The A689 road meets the B6278 road from Barnard Castle to Shotley Bridge in the town.
Hylton Castle is a stone castle in the North Hylton area of Sunderland, Tyne and Wear, England. Originally built from wood by the Hilton family shortly after the Norman Conquest in 1066, it was later rebuilt in stone in the late 14th to early 15th century. The castle underwent major changes to its interior and exterior in the 18th century and it remained the principal seat of the Hylton family until the death of the last Baron in 1746. It was then Gothicised but neglected until 1812, when it was revitalised by a new owner. Standing empty again until the 1840s, it was briefly used as a school until it was purchased again in 1862. The site passed to a local coal company in the early 20th century and was taken over by the state in 1950.
James Harvey Hylton was an American stock car racing driver. He was a two-time winner in NASCAR Winston Cup Series competition and was a long-time competitor in the ARCA Racing Series. Hylton finished second in points in NASCAR's top series three times.
South Hylton is a suburb of Sunderland, Tyne and Wear, England. Lying west of Sunderland city centre on the south bank of the River Wear, South Hylton has a population of 10,317. Once a small industrial village, South Hylton is now a dormitory village and is a single track terminus for the Tyne and Wear Metro.
Millfield is a station on the Tyne and Wear Metro, serving Millfield and Sunderland Royal Hospital in Sunderland. The station joined the network in March 2002, following the opening of the 18 km (11 mi) extension from Pelaw to South Hylton.
Castletown is a suburb of Sunderland in Tyne and Wear, England. A former mining community, the Hylton Colliery was located at the east end of the village; it lies north of the River Wear, and is near to Hylton Castle and Washington. At Hylton Riverside, on the eastern fringe of Castletown, there is a large retail park.
Brockley Whins is a station on the Tyne and Wear Metro, serving Brockley Whins in South Tyneside. The station joined the network in March 2002, following the opening of the 18 km (11 mi) extension from Pelaw to South Hylton. The station originally opened in June 1839, under the Brandling Junction Railway, and was named Boldon Colliery between March 1925 and July 1991.
Sunderland is a station on both the National Rail and Tyne and Wear Metro network, serving Sunderland City Centre. The Tyne and Wear Metro has served Sunderland station since March 2002, following Metro's extension from Pelaw to Sunderland & South Hylton, with the original rail station opening in August 1879.
South Hylton is a terminus station on the Tyne and Wear Metro, serving Pennywell and South Hylton in Sunderland. The station joined the network in March 2002, following the opening of the 18 km (11 mi) extension from Pelaw to South Hylton.
Southwick is a former village and now a suburb on the north banks of the River Wear in the city of Sunderland in the county of Tyne and Wear, historically in County Durham. From 1894 to 1928, Southwick was administered by the Southwick-on-Wear Urban District Council, before being absorbed by Sunderland.
Gateshead Interchange is a station on the Tyne and Wear Metro, serving Gateshead. The station joined the network in November 1981, following the opening of the line between Haymarket and Heworth, and the Queen Elizabeth II Bridge over the River Tyne.
Pallion is a station on the Tyne and Wear Metro, serving the Ford Estate and Pallion in Sunderland. The station joined the network in March 2002, following the opening of the 18 km (11 mi) extension from Pelaw to South Hylton.
St. Peter's is a station on the Tyne and Wear Metro, serving Monkwearmouth and St. Peter's, and the Stadium of Light in Sunderland. The station joined the network in March 2002, following the opening of the 18 km (11 mi) extension from Pelaw to South Hylton. To allow for the re-building of the station at Sunderland, St. Peter's served as a temporary terminus for rail services operated by Northern Spirit between 25 February 2001 and 16 April 2001.
Trousers or pants are an item of clothing that might have originated in Central Asia, worn from the waist to the ankles, covering both legs separately.
The River Wear in North East England rises in the Pennines and flows eastwards, mostly through County Durham to the North Sea in the City of Sunderland. At 60 mi (97 km) long, it is one of the region's longest rivers, wends in a steep valley through the cathedral city of Durham and gives its name to Weardale in its upper reach and Wearside by its mouth.
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