Hawthorn, County Durham
Hawthorn shown within County Durham
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The only noticeable location in the village of Hawthorn is the Staplyton Arms, a small public house situated in roughly the centre of the village.
Close by Hawthorn Dene's mouth, there was up until the late 1970s, a large Gothic Revival house, named "Hawthorn Towers" once the family home of Major Anderson, who was connected with the Building of the Middlesbrough Transporter Bridge.
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