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Middlesbrough, TS7 8AR
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Animals have long been one of the most popular attractions of Stewart Park. A goat sailed with Captain Cook on his first voyage, providing milk for Captain Cook and his officers. It's probably just as well goats are good swimmers!Continue
Before this area was a park it was an estate owned by Middlesbrough's first Mayor and Ironmaster, Henry Bolckow. The Bolckow Centre would haven originally been the stableyard and the servants quarters.
Stewart Park is named after Councillor Thomas Dormand Stewart who bought the land and donated it to the people of Middlesbrough. Here is an image of a descendant of Thomas Dormund Stewart talking to Councillor Tom Mawston when he visited Stewart Park in 2018.
Captain Cook and his crew spent 6 months mapping New Zealand on Cook's first voyage. He was the first European to realise that New Zealand is split into two islands, separated by what is today known as the Cook Straits.
Here is an image of Marton Hall and some of the landscaping around the building. As you walk about the park you may even manage to spot the large Cedar tree which is still standing in the park today.
These ponds were created as park of Bolckow's estate and may have provided water to the coach house and stables.
We may discover more about the urn commissioned by Bolckow later in this Huntee...
The opening of the Captain Cook Birthplace Museum 27th October 1978. There are some similarities in the area you're stand, but there are also many differences!
The folly you can see was once part of the Bolckow estate.
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Carl Bolckow, son of Henry Bolckow, built the fountain for the people of Marton in 1879. The houses you see across the road are were also built by Henry Bolckow for people working on the estate.
Here is the lighthouse at point Hicks in Australia where the rock before you comes from. It is named after Lieutennant Zachary Hicks of the Endeavour who, in April 1770, first sighted this land, which is part of Australia. Image courtesy of Richard Ferguson / Cultural Heritage Consulting
Here is an image of the birthplace cottage that James Cook was born in. You will see a reconstruction of this in the Captain Cook Birthplace Museum
Many people have fond memories of visiting Stewart Park when they were youngsters. A popular visit with classmates was to do country dancing every summertime. Can you see the collonade in the background of this picture?
This isn't the only totem in the park. The most impressive totem is outside the Captain Cook Birthplace Museum. It was donated to the museum and arrived all the way from Vancouver Island to commemorate the opening of the museum in 1978. Here you can see it being installed.
These benches are inspired by Australian Aboriginal art. The Captain Cook Birthplace Museum has a large collection of Aboriginal objects on display. Here is piece of aboriginal cave art of a kangaroo from the museum.
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