Linthorpe Road, Middlesbrough


Linthorpe Road runs for approximately 1.3 miles from the town centre in Middlesbrough heading south to Linthorpe, where it becomes The Avenue. The first section of Linthrope road is pedestrianised and forms part of the main shopping areas of Middlesbrough. From the junction with Borough Road, Linthorpe Road forms part of the B1272 route.
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Linthorpe
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Linthorpe
- Summary History Map Linthorpe is a suburb of Middlesbrough. Originally it was a small rural hamlet, but became part of Middlesbrough, as the town grew rapidly in the late 19th ...
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Linthorpe Road, Middlesbrough

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Albert Park, Middlesbrough
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Albert Park, Middlesbrough
- Summary About Albert Park Map "A public park designed by William Barratt of Wakefield and opened 11th August 1868, with war memorial entrance screen walls and a cenotaph of 1922...The idea ...
Dorman Museum
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Sacred Heart Church, Middlesbrough
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Sacred Heart Church, Middlesbrough
- Overview About the Church Map Street View Sacred Heart Church is located on Linthorpe Road, by Albert Park, in Middlesbrough. The Catholic church, by J. Coomans (Ypres) and Kitching & ...
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Linthorpe Road

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