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BRICK HOUSE GULLY
BRICK HOUSE GULLY. Brick House Gully rises near the intersection of Gessner and Clay roads, two miles east of Addicks Dam in northwest Harris County (at 95°33' N, 29°50' W) and flows southeast through flat, sandy terrain for five miles to its mouth on White Oak Bayou in the Heights subdivision of Houston (at 95°26' N, 29°50' W).
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