Waterhouses, County Durham
Waterhouses has a public church St. Paul's. The Vicar is Fr. Michael Peers and the assistant vicar is Fr. Mark Clavier.
Waterhouses has a pub, the Black Horse Inn, on Hamilton Row.
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
Visit the website for more information on events and village activities. http://www.waterhouses.info
- Durham Mining Museum information on Waterhouses Colliery
- Northern Echo Durham Memories article on Esh Winning and Waterhouses, 30 January 2004
- http://www.waterhouses.info/ Waterhouses Community Association
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