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English: Neasham is a village approximately four miles to the south east of Darlington in County Durham, England and has more than 1,000 years of history. The village sits on the banks of the river Tees which, at that point, marks the border between the counties of Durham and North Yorkshire. The crossing at the river Tees at Neasham is the point of the great road north and the point where the bishops crossed into Co Durham (the Land of the Prince Bishops). The layout of Neasham consists of one main street, Teesway, which runs west to east for about half a mile plus some minor turn-offs with residences.
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LocationDarlington, County Durham, North East England, England, UK
54° 29′ 16.44″ N, 1° 29′ 35.88″ W
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