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Gragetown (Langbaurgh) War Memorial


Grangetown War Memorial is located on the corner of Bolckow Road and Lee Road in Gragetown, Redcar and Cleveland. The memorial is a 12 ft stone Celtic cross on a rectangular plinth and three stepped base. It is set in a corner plot garden and enclosed by iron railings. The memorial commemorates 157 local servicemen who lost their lives in the First World War.

Grangetown War Memorials
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Grangetown War Memorial
- Grangetown War Memorial - Taken by V. Smith, 25 Jun 2020. c/o War Memorials Online. Image can be used with acknoledgement for non-commericial purposes, see https://www.warmemorialsonline.org.uk ...

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Grangetown (Middlesbrough) War Memorial

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Grangetown (Middlesbrough) War Memorial

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Grangetown (Middlesbrough) War Memorial

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Grangetown (Middlesbrough) War Memorial

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Grangetown (Middlesbrough) War Memorial

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Grangetown (Middlesbrough) War Memorial

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Memorial: Grangetown
- "....Celtic cross on a rectangular plinth and three stepped base enclosed in iron railings and set on a corner plot with flower beds...."

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Peter Smith
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Grangetown War Memorial

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