County Durham

Page link: Bowlees Primitive Methodist Chapel Teesdale Co Durham
Bowlees Primitive Methodist Chapel Teesdale Co Durham
Built in 1845 this chapel was last used for worship in 1968
Page link: Brookside Primitive Methodist chapel, Evenwood
Brookside Primitive Methodist chapel, Evenwood
Swan Street, Evenwood, BISHOP AUCKLAND, DL14 9RA
Page link: Browney Lane Primitive Methodist chapel, Meadowfield
Browney Lane Primitive Methodist chapel, Meadowfield
Browney Lane Browney DURHAM DH7 8HU
Page link: Forest 'Ebenezer' Primitive Methodist Chapel Teesdale Co. Durham
Forest 'Ebenezer' Primitive Methodist Chapel Teesdale Co. Durham
This chapel was built in 1880 and probably closed in the 1990s
Page link: Frosterley PM Chapel, Weardale
Frosterley PM Chapel, Weardale
Still in use today as a Methodist church
Page link: Gateshead Primitive Methodist chapel
Gateshead Primitive Methodist chapel
Recovery from the loss of a large chapel imprudently erected
Page link: Hamsterley Primitive Methodist chapel
Hamsterley Primitive Methodist chapel
Hamsterley, Bishop Auckland, DL13 3PP
Page link: Hartlepool Brougham Street Primitive Methodist chapel
Hartlepool Brougham Street Primitive Methodist chapel
Durham Street Hartlepool TS24 0JD
Page link: Hartlepool Grange Road Primitive Methodist chapel
Hartlepool Grange Road Primitive Methodist chapel
Tankerville Street Hartlepool TS26 8DU
Page link: Haswell Plough PM Chapel Co. Durham
Haswell Plough PM Chapel Co. Durham
This chapel could have been opened in 1877
Page link: High Leven PM Chapel Teeside Co.Durham
High Leven PM Chapel Teeside Co.Durham
This chapel in Barwick Lane was built in 1851
Page link: Hill Crest Primitive Methodist chapel, Tow Law
Hill Crest Primitive Methodist chapel, Tow Law
Tow Law, BISHOP AUCKLAND, DL13
Page link: Holwick PM Chapel Teesdale Co Durham
Holwick PM Chapel Teesdale Co Durham
Little is known about this tiny chapel
Page link: Howden Le Wear Primitive Methodist chapel
Howden Le Wear Primitive Methodist chapel
Bridge Street Howden Le Wear CROOK DL15 8EX
Page link: Howlet Primitive Methodist Chapel, Pelton Fell, Durham
Howlet Primitive Methodist Chapel, Pelton Fell, Durham
first chapel opened 1862, rebuilt 1870
Page link: Hylton PM Chapel, Durham
Hylton PM Chapel, Durham
Report of Opening in the Primitive Methodist Magazine 1838
Page link: Ingleton Primitive Methodist chapel
Ingleton Primitive Methodist chapel
Front Street, Darlington, County Durham DL2 3HL
Page link: Jarrow (Monkton, Wood Terrace) Co. Durham
Jarrow (Monkton, Wood Terrace) Co. Durham
This chapel was built in 1893
Page link: Marley Hill Primitive Methodist chapel
Marley Hill Primitive Methodist chapel
Old Marley Hill NE16 5ET
Page link: Mickleton (High Road) PM Chapel, Co. Durham
Mickleton (High Road) PM Chapel, Co. Durham
The chapel was built in 1845. In 2013 it appeared to have been closed for worship for many years
Page link: Middleton in Teesdale Primitive Methodist Chapel  Co Durham
Middleton in Teesdale Primitive Methodist Chapel Co Durham
This chapel was built in 1872 and was also known as the Bourne PM Chapel.
Page link: Midridge (Middridge) Primitive Methodist chapel
Midridge (Middridge) Primitive Methodist chapel
The Meadows Middridge DL5 7JJ
Page link: Newgate Primitive Methodist Chapel Barnard Castle Co.Durham
Newgate Primitive Methodist Chapel Barnard Castle Co.Durham
This chapel was built in 1887 and closed sometime before 1992.
Page link: Pelton Primitive Methodist chapel
Pelton Primitive Methodist chapel
Front Street Pelton Chester le Street DH2 1DB
Page link: Ramshaw Primitive Methodist Chapel
Ramshaw Primitive Methodist Chapel
near Evenwood, County Durham
Page link: Rumby Hill Primitive Methodist chapel
Rumby Hill Primitive Methodist chapel
Rumby Hill CROOK DL15 8EN
Page link: Spennymoor; Rosa Street Primitive Methodist  Chapel, Co Durham
Spennymoor; Rosa Street Primitive Methodist Chapel, Co Durham
This chapel was built in 1869 and is still open for worship in 2013
Page link: St John's Weardale Primitive Methodist chapel
St John's Weardale Primitive Methodist chapel
Hood St, St John's Chapel DL13 1QJ
Page link: Staindrop Primitive Methodist Chapel  Co. Durham
Staindrop Primitive Methodist Chapel Co. Durham
The chapel was built in 1861 and is still open for worship in 2013
Page link: Stonehouse Primitive Methodist chapel, Bildershaw
Stonehouse Primitive Methodist chapel, Bildershaw
Bildershaw, West Auckland, BISHOP AUCKLAND, DL14 9PL
Page link: Toft Hill Primitive Methodist chapel
Toft Hill Primitive Methodist chapel
Toft Hill BISHOP AUCKLAND DL14 0LD
Page link: Wearhead Primitive Methodist Chapel, Stanhope
Wearhead Primitive Methodist Chapel, Stanhope
Now converted to a dwelling
Page link: Westgate Primitive Methodist Chapel, near Stanhope
Westgate Primitive Methodist Chapel, near Stanhope
A very important location for Primitive Methodism in Weardale; the surviving chapel has a very well preserved and largely original Victorian interior
Page link: Wingate Station Town (Millbank Terrace) Primitive Methodist Chapel Co. Durham
Wingate Station Town (Millbank Terrace) Primitive Methodist Chapel Co. Durham
The building of this chapel began in 1903 and completed in 1904
Page link: Witton le Wear Primitive Methodist chapel
Witton le Wear Primitive Methodist chapel
School Street, Witton le Wear BISHOP AUCKLAND, DL14 0AS
Page link: Witton Park Primitive Methodist Chapel
Witton Park Primitive Methodist Chapel
laying of foundation stone 1883
Page link: Wolsingham Primitive Methodist chapel
Wolsingham Primitive Methodist chapel
Market Place, Wolsingham DL13 3AB