Thornton, Middlesbrough

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Thornton
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Thornton
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Sovereign state United Kingdom
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Post town MIDDLESBROUGH
Postcode district TS8
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54°30′54″N1°15′43″W / 54.51503°N 1.26200°W / 54.51503; -1.26200 Coordinates: 54°30′54″N1°15′43″W / 54.51503°N 1.26200°W / 54.51503; -1.26200

Thornton is a village near to Stainton in the town of Middlesbrough, in the borough of Middlesbrough and the ceremonial county of North Yorkshire, England. It is in the local Stainton and Thornton ward of Middlesbrough, with a collective population of 2,300 as of 2005.


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