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Rowlands Gill is a large town located along the A694, between Winlaton Mill and also Hamsterley Mill, on the north financial institution of the River Derwent, in the Metropolitan Borough of Gateshead, Tyne and Wear, England. Within Gateshead's greenbelt, the village has an attractive setting with much open space and also views across the valley to Gibside Estate, now possessed by the National Trust. With the resulting the Derwent Valley Railway in 1867, Rowlands Gill ended up being an economically practical coal mining town, and also later a semi-rural dorm suburban area of commercial and industrial Tyneside. An independent village within Blaydon Urban District, in Area Durham, it came to be incorporated into the Region of Tyne and Wear and the Metropolitan Borough of Gateshead in 1974.