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Middlesbrough, TS1 2QJ
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Historically known as Victoria Square, Centre Square has undergone extensive change in recent decades. It features statues of two of Middlesbrough's leading industrialists and is surrounded by Middlesbrough's Central Library, opened in 1912 and Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art (MIMA).
Middlesbrough Town Hall has been at the heart of civic life in the town for over 125 years. Officially opened by the Prince of Wales in January 1889, the venue has played host to stars including David Bowie and Oasis.
The area contains a number of Listed buildings including the former Lloyds Bank Chambers (now a nightclub) and has undergone extensive improvements in recent years as part of the Albert North regeneration project.
Grade II* Listed Webb House was designed by leading Arts & Crafts architect Philip Webb as offices for Bell Brothers ironworks company.
Middlesbrough’s gothic Railway Station was designed by celebrated North Eastern Railway architect William Peachey and completed in 1877.
This terrace was built as homes for Middlesbrough's early well-off residents. Queen's Square is also home of PD Ports who occupy the former headquarters of the Tees Conservancy Commissioners.
This building was designed in the French Baroque style by John Gibson for the National Provincial Bank. The premises was also home to the area's premier businessman's club.
Opened in 1846 the Grade II Listed Building was constructed in an Italianate Style with a prominent clock tower to a design by the architect W.L. Moffat The artist L.S. Lowry famously painted the former town hall, you can find the original artwork in the MIMA gallery.
Dating from the 1830s, Custom House is one of the oldest buildings in Middlesbrough. The building was venue for the new town's first Royal Visit when the Duke of Sussex visited in 1838.
The Tees Transporter Bridge was opened on 17th October 1911 by Prince Arthur, Duke of Connaught. The Bridge is one of the north east's most famous landmarks.
The Transporter Bridge connects Middlesbrough to Port Clarence. It is a transporter bridge, carrying a travelling 'car' (or 'gondola') suspended from the bridge across the river in 90 seconds.
This was the southern boundary wall of the Cleveland Salt Works which operated from 1887 to 1937. The company produced 879,972 tonnes of salt over 59 years by evaporating brine pumped from the salt bed which underlies the Tees estuary.
One of the stories behind the Dock Clock Tower having only three clock relates to a claim that owners of nearby businesses were not willing to pay for the costs of a north clock face due to concerns that workmen along the banks of the Tees would 'clock watch'.
The original Lord Byron pub opened in 1864 and closed in 1939. The building was then used as a Seaman's Mission, a warehouse and also a factory.
The Cleveland Buildings were once home to Henry Bolckow and John Vaughan, Middlesbrough's leading founding ironmasters. They lived close to their works on the banks of the Tees before moving to Marton Hall and Gunnergate Hall, mansions on the outskirts of Middlesbrough.
The Historic Quarter was once the financial heart of Middlesbrough and contained the town's leading business and financial institutions, most notably the Royal Exchange. A number of Victorian banking buildings remain, a number of which are marked out by blue plaques.
The Palace of Varieties was built as a music hall in 1896/99. The venue hosted a number of top performers covering a span of sixty years, including Charlie Chaplin and Morecambe & Wise. After its life as a music hall the venue has served as a bingo hall.
The outer text of the Bottle of Notes is from the 1768 ships log of Captain James Cook. “We had every advantage we could desire in observing the whole of the passage of the planet Venus over the Sun’s disc”
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Middlesbrough Heritage Trail