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Yarm, TS15 9AH
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The Town Hall was built in 1710 and was Dutch in style. In 1888 the arches were bricked up to house the town weighing machine. Photo credit: Jon ford (date unknown)
Yarm Methodist church was built in 1763 is commonly believed to be the favourite church of John Wesley , the founding father of Methodism. When asked about the octagonal design he is said to have replied "there are no corners for the devil to hide in".
Translated from Latin "dilecta mea in pace requiesce" translates to "rest in peace my love". There have been numerous bridges over the River Tees at Yarm, including a drawbridge during the Civil War.
The viaduct was the last work completed by Grainger who died two months after the opening in May 1892 in a railway accident. Photo credit: The Northern Echo (date unknown).
Yarm viaduct consists of 43 arches; 41 of them are 40 feet (12m) span and are constructed of 7.5 million red bricks.
Tom Brown heroically fought against the French at the Battle of Dettingen. Despite losing two horses and two fingers in combat he returned to Yarm and ran the Tom Brown Inn here until his premature death 3 years later.
The Ketton Ox is the oldest pub in Yarm dating back to the 17th century. Cockfighting was a common 'entertainment' across England until it was banned in 1835. Photo credit: Yarm-On-Tees Facebook (c1944)
In the 1950's a workman found a Viking-age helmet nearby on Chapel Yard. Known as the Yarm Helmet It's the first relatively complete Anglo-Scandinavian helmet found in Britain, and only the second relatively complete/intact Viking helmet discovered in north-west Europe. Photo credit: BBC
Hope House dates from the late 16th to early 17th century. It was originally larger but part of the structure was destroyed to make way for the viaduct. Photo credit: The Northern Echo (October 1962)
This field was gifted to the 'children of Yarm' by the Clapham Family in 1920 as an open space for children to play safely in perpetuity.
The initials the date stone, NYR, represent North Riding Yorkshire. This former police station is now a private residence.
Photo credit: The Northern Echo (May 1975)
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