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Entrance to Middlesbrough Docks

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Middlesbrough College

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Gantry Crane, Former Whessoe Fabrication Yard

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Entrance to Middlesbrough Docks

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Footbridge

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New Office Block Overlooking the Docks

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New Middlesbrough College

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Benches by Middlesbrough Dock

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Close Up of One of the Legs of the Gantry Crane

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Lock gates into Middlesbrough Dock

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Dock buildings in Middlesbrough

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Large mobile beam on the dock

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MPI Adventure at Middlesbrough Quayside

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Entrance to Middlesbrough Dock

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Jack Up Barge With Legs Down

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Dock Clock Tower
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Dock Clock Tower
- Overview Street View The current clock tower was built at the turn of the century (some time between 1870 and 1903) as Middlesbrough's docks were redeveloped. It replaced an earlier ...
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Middlesbrough Dock, Middlehaven

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