Ryton Woodside

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Ryton Woodside is a small settlement near the town of Ryton, Tyne and Wear. It is near the A659 road. Formerly designated as a township, it was described as a "straggling hamlet', in the 19th century, when its population varied from 885 people in 1801 to 1106 people in 1891. It covered an area of 2813 acres at that time.[1]


  1. ^ Bourn, William (1896). History of the Parish of Ryton. Carlisle, Cumbria: G. & T. Coward. p. 60. 

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Coordinates: 54°57′42″N 1°46′29″W / 54.96168°N 1.77485°W / 54.96168; -1.77485