kiln pit hill church
Although not signposted, the church and mausoleum are clearly visible from the A68 trunk road at Kiln Pit Hill. The churchyard is off the local Kiln Pit Hill – Whittonstall Road (¼ mile from the former and 1½ mile from the latter).
NZ0455: St Andrew and Hopper mausoleum near Kiln Pit Hill taken 8 years ago, near to Kiln Pit Hill, Northumberland, Great Britain. St Andrew and Hopper mausoleum near Kiln Pit Hill. The church stands isolated, and redundant, amid fields. It was rebuilt in 1769 and altered in 1892. Grade II listed.
St Andrew’s Church, Shotley, Northumberland. Address: Kiln Pit Hill, Consett, County Durham, DH8 9SJ Disabled visitors may need assistance negotiating the path up the hill to the church from the road and accessing the church through the porch. The path is narrow, steep and unmade. travelling south from Corbridge on A68 Kiln Pit Hill is
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St. Andrews Church at Grey Mare Hill, by Kiln Pit Hill (1/4 mile from A68 Cross Roads at exit to the C265), is a semi-redundant Anglican church, built in 1769 on the site of a much older church.
St Andrew’s Church stands alone on Grey Mare Hill near the Northumberland / County Durham border a few miles from Shotley Bridge. It is just visible from the A68 near the Kiln Pit Hill junction.
NZ0455 :: Hopper Mausoleum, Greymare Hill, near to Kiln Pit Hill, Northumberland, Great Britain by Andrew Curtis. Geograph – photograph every grid square. NZ0455: Hopper Mausoleum, Greymare Hill taken 9 years ago, near to Kiln Pit Hill, Northumberland, Great Britain. More sizes.
Collieries and Pits within 5 miles (8km) a simulated map showing the immediate vicinity of Kiln Pit Hill Colliery list of collieries/pits etc. near to Kiln Pit Hill Colliery
To the north of Shotleyfield are Unthank Farm and Kiln Pit Hill. Unthank is one of many farms with this name throughout the region, thought to allude to the thankless task of farming the land at certain locations. There’s an isolated church in the country near Kiln Pit Hill.
8m SE of Corbridge. Travelling south from Corbridge on A68 Kiln Pit Hill is signposted on the left. After 800 yards the church can be seen to the right. There is reasonable parking on the roadside and a footpath leads up the hill.
A visit this morning with Mark “the pod” Petherbridge and Rick “the Mac” Reed to St Andrew’s church at Kiln Pit Hill, followed by a visit to the
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