List number: 1139868
List grade: 2
Grid ref: NZ4960320872

Cleveland Club, Middlesbrough


Boho 4, former Cleveland Club is located on the corner of Gosford Street and Cleveland Street, Middlesbrough. It was originally built 1870 - 1872 by John Gibson (Westminster), for the National Provincial Bank. The building features a sculpture in tympanum by Messrs Mabey, depicting Britannia flanked by an ironworker and a miner. It was converted to a private club in 1936. Now renovated as Boho 4 office space.

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Cleveland Club

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BOHO FOUR, Gibson House

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Britannia and Supporters, Middlesbrough

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Bank of England

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National Provincial Bank, Cleveland Street

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Former National Provincial Bank building, Cleveland Street, Gosford Street, TS1

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Established MDCCCXXXIII

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National Provincial

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Gibson House, Cleveland Street, Middlesbrough

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CLEVELAND CLUB, AREA WALLS, PIERS AND RAILINGS - Middlesbrough - List Entry
- "Bank, 1870/72 by John Gibson (Westminster), for National Provincial Bank. Converted to private club 1936. Sandstone ashlar; Welsh slate roof, with brick stacks. Renewed wrought iron railings. French Baroque ...

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BOHO 4 e

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National Provincial Bank, Middlesbrough

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