Middlesbrough War Memorial


The Cenotaph at Middlesbrough is located at the west entrance to Albert Park. It was built in 1922 by Brierley and Rutherford (York), and Messrs Coxhead (Middlesbrough), masons. Tablets by Birmingham Guild Ltd.[1]. The screen walls at either side of the entrance each have 12 panels inscribed with the names of those lost in the First World War and the Second World War. "THE GLORIOUS DEAD 1914-1919, 1939-1945". There is also a dedication to "Korea 1950 - 1953  Not one of them is forgotten before God". The memorial is Grade II listed.

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Middlesbrough War Memorial

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CENOTAPH, WITH MEMORIAL GATES, GATEPIERS AND SCREEN WALLS - Middlesbrough - List Entry
- "Cenotaph, with gates gatepiers and screen walls, at entrance to Albert Park, 1922 by Brierley and Rutherford (York), and Messrs Coxhead (Middlesbrough), masons. Tablets by Birmingham Guild Ltd. Gates renewed ...

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Middlesbrough War Memorial, Albert Park

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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 ...
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MIDDLESBROUGH
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