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Todhills, County Durham Human settlement in England

Todhills is a village in County Durham, in England. It is situated a few miles to the north of Bishop Auckland, between Newfield and Byers Green.

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Rockcliffe, Cumbria Human settlement in England

Rockcliffe is a village and civil parish in the City of Carlisle district of Cumbria, England. Part of the parish is a marshy peninsula between the mouths of the rivers Esk and Eden. The parish includes the settlements of Rockcliffe, Rockcliffe Cross, Floristonrigg, Todhills, Low Harker and Harker.

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Todhills, Cumbria Human settlement in England

Todhills is a small village on the outskirts of Carlisle, Cumbria, England. The village's name is from Old English tota-hyll "look-out hill". Located north of Carlisle, nestled between the border city and Gretna, Todhills is so small that it really is known as a hamlet and not a village. Amongst the houses there is a pub, a post box and a telephone box.

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Todhills Rest Area

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Clarence Railway

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Byers Green railway station

Byers Green railway station was one of three railway stations that served in the village of Byers Green in County Durham, Northeast England.

Spennymoor railway station was a railway station that served the Spennymoor, County Durham, England from 1845 to 1952 on the Byers Green Branch of the Clarence Railway.