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150 years since the siege of the Flass Inn ended with a shot miner

“AN affray of a serious aspect took place at 10pm on Sunday at a lonely place known as Four Lane Ends between Durham and Flass Hall,” reported the D&S on January 14, 1871. The scene of the affray was a newly-built pub, called the Flass Inn, which we think still stands but is now in the middle of Ushaw Moor.