Horwich (disambiguation)


Horwich (disambiguation)

Horwich may mean:

*Horwich, a town in Greater Manchester
**Horwich Parkway railway station
**Horwich RMI F.C., the former name of an English football club
**Horwich Works, a former locomotive works

*LMS Horwich Mogul, a steam locomotive

*Horwich End, a locality of Whaley Bridge in Derbyshire

*Frances Horwich, a US children's television presenter
*Paul Horwich, a British analytic philosopher at New York University


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