Loggia of Marton Hall, Stewart Park


The Loggia (a long sheltered gallery or or corridor, which forms part of a house, typically with a side open to the garden) in Stewart Park dates from c.1860. It is all that remains of Marton Hall, which was built by ironmaster Henry Bolckow. The loggia is Grade II listed.

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Colonnade, Stewart Park

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Stewart Park Middlesbrough - Marton Colonnade

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Marton Hall, Stewart Park, Middlesbrough

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Marton Hall, Stewart Park, Middlesbrough

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Stewart Park Middlesbrough - Marton Colonnade

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Middlesbrough Heritage plaque - Cleveland Buildings, Cleveland Street, St. Hilda's, Middlesbrough

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Marton Hall, Stewart Park, Middlesbrough

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Henry Bolckow (1806-1878)
- Summary About Henry Bolckow Henry Bolckow, born 8th December 1806, is considered to be one of the founders of modern Middlesbrough. He was a successful industrialist, who founded the Bolckow ...
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LOGGIA CIRCA 20 METRES SOUTH OF CAPTAIN COOK BIRTHPLACE MUSEUM - Marton - List Entry
- "Loggia c.1860, as part of Marton Hall, demolished 1960. Sandstone ashlar with flat roof. Italianate. 1 storey, 7 bays. South face : stilted segment-headed openings with pilaster-and-keyed-archivolt surrounds. Pilasters between ...

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