Waterhouses, County Durham

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Waterhouses is a village in County Durham, in England. It is situated to the west of Durham, near Esh Winning.

Religion[edit]

Waterhouses has a public church St. Paul's. The Vicar is Fr. Michael Peers.

Pubs[edit]

Waterhouses has a pub, the Black Horse Inn, on Hamilton Row.

Waterhouses Station[edit]

The station, which stood on the Deerness Valley Railway, opened in 1858 for freight and a passenger service was introduced in 1877. The last freight train called at Waterhouses in 1964 and the station has now been demolished.

Waterhouses Community Association[edit]

Visit the website for more information on events and village activities. http://www.waterhouses.info

External links[edit]

External links[edit]

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