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Hatfield College at the University of DurhamRobert J. O’Hara (email@example.com)
Hatfield College at the University of Durham is the second-oldest of the Durham residential colleges. Founded in 1846, Hatfield occupies a number of buildings in the historic center of Durham city adjacent to Durham Cathedral. These informal photos by Robert J. O’Hara were taken during a speaking visit to Durham. For more information about the residential colleges please visit the main Collegiate Way page.
Main gate of Hatfield College along the Bailey, in the center of Durham city. The Hatfield College chapel is the building on the left.
Arched entrance to Dunham Court passing under the Hatfield College chapel.
Commemorative plaque in Dunham Court honoring Kingsley Dunham, a fellow of Hatfield College.
Dunham Court, one of the quadrangles of Hatfield College. The college bar is on the first floor of the building on the left.
Formal dinner in the Hatfield College dining hall at the University of Durham, as seen from the high table.
After dinner coffee in the Hatfield College Senior Common Room.
A section of the Hatfield College Senior Common Room.
Quiz night in the Hatfield College bar. The college master, Professor Tim Burt (right), is the master of ceremonies.
Lion murals in the Hatfield College bar.
Bow Lane in the Durham city center. Hatfield College buildings are on the left, and the Hatfield master’s residence is the white house on the right.
© Robert J. O’Hara 2000–2013