Middlesbrough

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middlesbrough,+UK+to+brotton,+UK&hl en and 16.6 miles (26.7 km) northwest of Whitby. In 2002, the village had a population of 5,384. death_date origin Middlesbrough England Instruments Voice guitar '''Alistair Richard Griffin''' (born 1 November 1977 in Middlesbrough, England


distinctive local

whom he would fuss a lot, especially when the elderly convict was due to face the parole board. Blanco did concede that, for all his fussing, Lukewarm did keep the cell nice and clean. Lukewarm is often seen knitting. thumb right 220px Across Eller Beck to Goathland railway station (File:Across Eller Beck to Goathland Station - geograph.org.uk - 311276.jpg) The North York Moors scenery is the backdrop to most episodes. In earlier series, Aidensfield's most distinctive local landmark


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centre of Middlesbrough remains home to a variety of architecture ranging from the Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art, opened in January 2007 to replace a number of former outlying galleries; and Centre North East, formerly Corporation House, which opened in 1971. Many believe that there is a beauty to be found in the surrounding landscape of industry along the River Tees from Billingham to Wilton. The terraced Victorian (Victorian architecture) streets surrounding the town centre are characterful elements of Middlesbrough's social and historical identity, and the vast streets surrounding Parliament Road and Abingdon Road a reminder of the area's wealth and rapid growth during industrialisation. 250px left thumb Middlesbrough Town Hall (File:Middlesbrough Town Hall Summer 2013.jpg) Middlesbrough Town Hall, designed by George Gordon Hoskins and built between 1883 and 1887 is a Grade II listed building, and a very imposing structure. Of comparable grandeur, is the Empire Palace of Varieties, of 1897, the finest surviving theatre edifice designed by Ernest Runtz in the UK. The first artist to star there in its guise as a music hall was Lillie Langtry. Later it became an early nightclub (1950s), then a bingo hall and is now once again a nightclub. Further afield, in Linthorpe, is the Middlesbrough Theatre opened by Sir John Gielgud in 1957; it was one of the first new theatres built in England after the Second World War. 250px right thumb Middlesbrough Central (Public) Library (File:Boro Central Library 2011.jpg) The town includes England's only public sculpture by Claes Oldenburg, WikiPedia:Middlesbrough Dmoz:Regional Europe United Kingdom England Cleveland Middlesbrough Commons:Category:Middlesbrough


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in the UK, has services along the full length of the ECML, to Edinburgh and beyond and is the operator of most of the stations on the route. Grand Central Railway since December 2007 has linked Sunderland, and Teesside with London, being non-stop from York onwards; it does not have electric trains and uses the Northallerton–Eaglescliffe Line and Durham Coast Line. Local services along these lines, and most other local routes in the North East are provided by Northern Rail Northern


providing national

Ambulance Service North East Ambulance Service NHS Trust are responsible for providing NHS (National Health Service (England)) ambulance services throughout the ceremonial county, plus the boroughs of Middlesbrough and Redcar and Cleveland, which are south of the River Tees and therefore in North Yorkshire, but remain part of North East England. Bus Peterlee is served by Arriva North East and Go North East who provide services around the town


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"The Voice" by his fans. Queen and Paul Rodgers: The Cosmos Rocks. ''In the news''. Published 10 September 2008. Paul Rodgers. Imdb.com. Accessed 11 March 2009. A poll in ''Rolling Stone'' magazine ranked him number 55 on its list of the "100 Greatest Singers of All Time


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and is an oasis on a nice day. Free admission. '''Dorman Museum''', Linthorpe Road, +44 1642 813781, Summer (28 February to 31 October) Tu-Sa 10AM-5:30PM, closed Sunday. Winter Tu-Su 9AM-4:30PM. A museum which is over 100 years old. It is located near Albert Park. It was renovated and extended in more recent years, making it more accessible to the younger generation. The museum has free entry. Image:Captainjamescookportrait.jpg thumb 200px Captain James Cook


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and Carlisle (City of Carlisle). After missing games with an injury McCormack returned to the Leeds squad when he was named as a substitute against Middlesbrough. However McCormack suffered an ankle injury and was ruled out of a few games

United's reserves against Hull City (Hull City A.F.C.)'s reserves.

News | News | News | United Hit By Late Leveller publisher Leeds United accessdate 18 October 2011 However on New Year's Day 2011 McCormack missed several chances in the game against Middlesbrough, including missing a gilt-edged chance to win the game for Leeds in injury time when he put a header wide from 4 yards out. http: www.mfc.co.uk articles 20110101 leeds-1-middlesbrough-1_70605_53195

Middlesbrough

'''Middlesbrough''' ( the Middlesbrough built-up area sub-division had a population of 174,700, which itself is part of the larger built-up area of Teesside and had an overall population of 376,333 at the 2011 census.

Middlesbrough was in North Riding of the county of York (1837–89), an administrative county was created with a county council in 1889 under the Local Government Act 1888, In 1968 it became the centre of the County Borough of Teesside, which was then absorbed by the non-metropolitan county of Cleveland (Cleveland, England) in 1974. In 1996, Cleveland was abolished, and Middlesbrough became a unitary authority, within the ceremonial county (ceremonial counties of England) of North Yorkshire.

"''Erimus''" ("We shall be"), in Latin, was chosen as Middlesbrough's motto in 1830, to signify the town's will to grow. It is used in the names of commercial ventures and other organisations in the town, including social clubs. The town's coat of arms show an azure lion beneath 2 ships to represent the port of Middlesbrough. The design is based on that of the Brus (Bruce clan) family who owned the site on which Middlesbrough is built.

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