Toronto, County Durham

Toronto, County Durham

Coordinates: 54°40′19″N 1°41′38″W / 54.67194°N 1.69389°W / 54.67194; -1.69389

Toronto is a village in County Durham, in England. It is situated a short distance to the north of Bishop Auckland and was represented in Wear Valley District Council until that authority was merged into Durham County Council in April 2009.

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