South Moor is former vibrant mining village on the edge of Stanley, County Durham. The original village street scape remains in place made up of long brick built colliery Terraces erected by the South Moor Mining Company between 1900 and 1910. Many miners living in the Terraces volunteered or were conscripted to serve in WWI. A memorial park and war memorial was created by the South Moor Colliery to honour and remember the fallen colliery soldiers of South Moor.

Click here for the full details on the Durham at War website