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Middlesbrough Tower


Middlesbrough Tower is an 11 story building at Teesside University, located just off Borough Road in Middlesbrough. It was built in 1963 for Constantine Technical College, which later evolved into Teesside University. Constantine Gallery, is located on the ground floor of Middlesbrough Tower. The gallery opened in October 2010, and has changing exhibitions, organised by the School of Computing, Media & the Arts.

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University of Teesside Main Building
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Teesside University showing the Waterhouse Building and Middlesbrough Tower
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