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Miss Selfridge, 64-66 Linthorpe Road

Nos. 64-66 Linthorpe Road in Middlesbrough is a Miss Selfridge store on the corner of Linthorpe Road and Corporation Road. The building was originally built in 1898 as a jewellers for watchmaker Matthew George Collingwood. The building is in a neo-Jacobean style designed by architect Lofthouse & Son.[1] Collingwood came from a clock-making family in Alnwick, he also served as Mayor of Middlesbrough in 1890.[2]

Linthorpe Road 1898 Local List Historic Buildings and Monuments in Middlesbrough
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Miss Selfridge, 64-66 Linthorpe Road (former jewellers)

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Relative from Down Under hunts for clockmaker clues
- Northumberland Gazette 6th May, 2013. ".....Matthew George Collingwood, part of the second generation of Collingwood family clockmakers.......The Collingwood name became associated with the jewellery trade well into the 1960s ...

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Linthorpe Road, Middlesbrough - c1911 [Painting 4]

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Linthorpe Road - Corporation Road - Middlesbrough

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