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Lower Building, Cliff Tramway, Saltburn


The iconic Cliff Tramway at Saltburn-by-the Sea connects the town with the lower promenade, pier and beach - 120ft (37m) below the cliff. The tramway was opened on the 28th of June 1884. More about the Cliff Tramway.

Situated on the lower promonade, the lower building of the tramway incorporates the pay office, engine room, and a waiting room (now shop). The building is Grade II* listed on the National Heritage List for England.

Cliff Tramway, Saltburn Grade II* Listed 1884 Historic Buildings and Monuments in Redcar and Cleveland
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Saltburn Cliff Lift Lower Station

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Saltburn Cliff Tramway

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Cliff lift, Saltburn

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Waiting for the lift

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Saltburn

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Saltburn Cliff Lift

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Saltburn Cliff Lift and Pier

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The Lower Entrance

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Saltburn on Sea Cliff Lift

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INCLINED TRAMWAY (LOWER BUILDING) - Saltburn - List Entry
- "Inclined tramway pay office and engine room, with waiting room now a shop. Opened 28 June 1884 for the Owners of the Middlesbrough Estate, correctly the Owners of the Saltburn ...

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Saltburn Tram

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