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Former Church of St John the Baptist, Hamsteels


Former Parish Church of St John the Baptist - now a private dwelling. The church was built in 1875 and located next to the former school‐house in Quebec, County Durham. It was built at a cost of £1,050 and was a gift from the Crown and the Bishop of Durham.[1] The church closed in 2011 and was sold for conversion to residential use in 2013.[2]

Quebec Private Residence Former Church 1875
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The former Parish Church of St John the Baptist, Hamsteels

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Former Parish Church of St John the Baptist, Hamsteels

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Notice board of the former Parish Church , Hamsteels

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Graveyard near to Quebec

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St John the Baptist Church, Quebec

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Village church at Quebec

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Hamsteels and Quebec Villages
- Article by Linda Cook. "The houses of Hamsteels were built by Johnston and Reay to house the workforce of the colliery, brickworks and coke ovens. Hamsteels comprised of only three ...

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