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Middlesbrough, TS5 6LA
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The Dorman museum was given to the town by Sir Arthur Dorman as a memorial to his son and the other soldiers who served in the Yorkshire regiment and lost their lives during the South African wars 1899-1902. The memorial was opened in 1904 just 3 years after the death of his son.
Stan Hollis was born in Middlesbrough in 1912 and was Company Sergeant Major in the Green Howards, This battalion being in the first wave of landing on the beach of golden sands on the morning of D.Day. Hollis was no stranger to combat having been at Dunkirk and other major battles.
Middlesbrough cenotaph was unveiled on 11th November 1922, to remember over 3000 men from the Yorkshire regiment who lost their lives in WW1, built from Aberdeen granite in the same style of the Whitehall London cenotaph
This is the oldest building on the park and was built for the Park Wardens in 1866. It is a grade II listed structure.
The cannon was captured by the British during the Crimean was and was presented to the town by Lord Panmure in 1858 after being cast it carries 3 lines of inscription. This cannon used to stand by a duck pond in the park that has long since been filled in.
The bust and its niche were originally sited by the main entrance gates at the West lodge around 1898. However he was moved to a more central park location in 2004 during the park renovations.
This sculpture was created by young people from the Beechwood and Easterside areas of the town alongside local Artist Andy Mckeown to remind people that Middlesbrough would not have been created if iron ore were not discovered in the nearby Eston Hills.
Did you know that the first ever bungee jump off the Transporter Bridge was to help raise funds for this Brian Clough statue? Sixty-five people took part in the fundraising efforts. Article: Evening Gazette.
These two trees were planted in the park dedicated to the victims of an attack in Halabja in 1988.
The small mound inside the south-west gate is known as Bell Hill. So named because it housed the bell the park rangers would ring to let park users know the gates were closing. The bell was replaced by a blast from a whistle in later years.
The current bandstand is a replica of the 1871 original made by George Smith and Co. of Glasgow.
Boating started on the lake in 1876 with a boathouse being added in 189. The original was demolished sometime in the 1950’s.
This sculpture forms part of the Marton West Beck trail which runs from Brass Castle Lane to Albert Park (into the lake).
The central fountain in Albert Park was originally presented by Joseph Pease in 1869. It underwent substantial renovation in 2004.
This South African War Memorial (1905, listed grade II ) was created by F.W Doyle Jones (Hartlepool) in the form of an obelisk and is sited on the main way through the park.
The Sundial was designed and manufactures by John Smith of South Stockton in late 1879 early 1880. It is Grade II listed and is described in the Department of Environments list of buildings of special architectural or historical interest.
Tom's first job was at the local steel works of Dorman Long. Age 22 he enlisted and was quickly sent to France during WW1. He won his V C for 2 acts of bravery whilst fighting near Roeux. He returned to Middlesbrough and went on to serve in WW2 in the home guard. He died age 90.
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