Sunniside, County Durham

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County Durham
Gladstone Terrace, Sunniside - - 151637.jpg
Gladstone Terrace, Sunniside
Grid reference: NZ204590
Location: 54°55’34"N, 1°40’55"W
Local Government
Council: Gateshead

Sunniside is a small village in County Durham, in the east of the county just south of Whickham. It is the northern terminus of the Tanfield Railway.

The village's busy main street, Front Street, has a collection of pubs, shops, and amenities

Sunniside is surrounded mainly by farmland, with plantations of trees to the east, and neighbours the villages of Marley Hill and Byermoor, as well as the large village of Whickham. Within the village is mostly housing, with older terraced properties mainly situated near the shops, and large housing estates built from the 1960s onward radiating from this area.

The village has a large park to the north, adjacent to Burnthouse Lane.

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