Howden-le-Wear


Howden-le-Wear is a village in County Durham, it is aproximately 3 miles north of the River Wear, and a mile south of the town of Crook.

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Bridge Street, Howden-le-Wear

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Methodist Church in High Street, Howden-le-Wear

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Butcher's shop in High Street, Howden-le-Wear

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Beamish Station Signal Box

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Beechburn Station (remains)

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Howden-le-Wear History Society
- Website of the Society founded in March 1995. The site includes a detailed village history, 101 facts, and section on the First World War.

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Road entering Howden-le-Wear

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Len Rawle MBE at the Howden le Wear Wurlitzer

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Howden le Wear Carnival 1982

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George Clarke - RE - Howdon-le-Wear (Killed)

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Pte S Hardy - N.F. - Howdon-le-Wear (died of wounds)

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1916-10-05 (Oct) D.15

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1916-01-29 (Jan) B 08

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