List number: 1139840
List grade: 2
Grid ref: NZ49612073

Albert Bridge, Middlesbrough Station


The platforms of Middlesbrough Railway Station extend across Albert Bridge, over Exchange Place. The bridge was built in 1874 by North Eastern Railway. It is a single-span girder bridge, on 2 rows of 12 columns, with the inscription: "ALBERT N.E.R. BRIDGE" and on the north parapet: "N.E.R.  1874". Albert Bridge is included as part of the Grade II listing for Middlesbrough Railway Station.[1]

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North Eastern Railway Albert Bridge at Middlesbrough station (13 Jun 17)

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Middlesbrough Railway Bridge

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Albert Bridge

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Albert Bridge, Middlesbrough

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Middlesbrough Townscape : Albert Bridge, Middlesbrough Station

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Pillars of the Albert Bridge

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Underneath Albert Bridge

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Albert Bridge

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Albert Bridge, Middlesbrough

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RAILWAY STATION WITH SHOPS, OFFICES AND TWO BRIDGES - Middlesbrough - List Entry
- "Includes Nos, 5, 6, and 7 Exchange Place. Railway station with shops, offices and 2 bridges, 1873/77 by W. Peachey; and Cudworth, engineer, for North Eastern Railway Co. Train ...

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Exchange Place, Middlesbrough
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Exchange Place, Middlesbrough
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The Albert Bridge

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Albert Bridge

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Middlesbrough Architecture : Albert Bridge, Middlesbrough Station

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