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Middlesbrough in North Yorkshire

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Middlesbrough, North Yorkshire. Created in the great complex of industrial towns and villages on the County Durham and Yorkshire banks. Middlesbrough is a latecomer among them. it was a dying village in 1831 when the backers of the Stockton and Darlington railway bought land here to augment facilities for coal export at Stockton. Ten years later the first ironworks were started. The phenomenal growth came with the discovery in 1850 of iron ore in the Cleveland Hills. In 1875 came the move to steel. Just about all that is left of Middlesbrough in ancient times is a Norman font, recovered from a farmyard, and placed in the new (1840) St Hilda's Church. The town has a large Roman Catholic population and a Catholic cathedral, red-brick St Mary's, was built in 1872. Still the most fascinating structure in Middlesbrough is the gaunt iron Transporter Bridge, built in 1911 and a wonder of its time. It was designed by the Cleveland Bridge & Engineering Co. of Darlington to replace a ferry. It carries 10 vehicles and 600 passengers in the travelling cable car. The 18th-century Ormesby Hall, 3 miles South East of Middlesbrough and a National Trust property, has exceptionally fine interior work, including stucco, chimney-pieces and staircase. It was built by the Pennymans, whose village of Ormesby is full of urban development.

Nearby towns: Billingham, Hartlepool, Redcar, Stockton-on-Tees, Thornaby-on-Tees

Nearby villages: Cargo Fleet, Carlton, Claxton, Dalton Piercy, Eaglescliffe, Egglescliffe, Elton, Embleton, Eston, Great Ayton, Greatham, Grindon, Guisborough, Haverton Hill, Kildale, Kirk Levington, Kirkleatham, Lackenby, Little Ayton, Long Newton, Maltby, Marton, Middleton-on-leven, Nunthorpe, Port Clarence, Redmarshall, Seamer, South Bank, Stainton, Stokesley, Teesside County Boro, Thorpe Thewles, Warrenby, Wilton, Wolviston, Yarm, Yearby

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