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The church of ST. MARY MAGDALENE stands on the west side of the town close to the River Tees, which flows past it on the west. With the exception of the west end, which is of 12th-century date, the whole of the church was rebuilt in 1730 in the plain classic style of the day, and consists of a long nave and short chancel under one roof, with north and south aisles to the nave.
Uploaded by Antony Cairns on 16 July 2011