Bright Water – Historic Darlington Walk

Aimée Nicholson

When:
April 24, 2017 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm
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Where:
Head of Steam Railway Museum
Darlington
UK
Contact:
Aimée Nicholson
0191 5843112
Bright Water - Historic Darlington Walk @ Head of Steam Railway Museum | Darlington | England | United Kingdom

This walk is 2-3 miles.

Come and discover historic Darlington with us. On this walk you will see some of the highlights of Darlington’s industrial heritage including North Road Station, the Skerne Railway bridge and Edward Pease’s house. Meeting point is the Head of Steam Railway Museum.

 

ABOUT THE BRIGHT WATER LANDSCAPE PROJECT AND PARTNERS

The Bright Water Landscape Project is a Heritage Lottery Fund supported project that aims to reveal, restore and celebrate the heritage of the Bright Water area. This includes its built, natural and cultural heritage. The project will run from the beginning of 2018 to the end of 2021, by which time almost £3m will have been invested in our heritage. The section below provides details of some of these exciting projects.

The Bright Water Landscape Partnership is led by Durham Wildlife Trust and Durham County Council. Our other partners include: the Environment Agency, Darlington Borough Council, the Tees River Trust, Highways England, Network Rail, AASDN and various community and local history societies.