Old Town Hall, Middlesbrough


The Old Town Hall is located on East Street in Middlsbrough. It was built in 1846, designed by W.L. Moffat.[1] It was replaced by the new larger Town Hall in 1889, reflecting the rapid growth of Middlesbrough at that time. The building was used as public library and community centre for a time, but is currently disused. The Old Town Hall is a Grade II listed building.

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(Former) Town Hall, St. Hilda's

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Former Town Hall on East Street, Middlesbrough

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Former Town Hall on East Street, Middlesbrough

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Middlesbrough Town Hall

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The clock tower at the (former) Town Hall, St. Hilda's

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Middlesbrough Old Town Hall

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OLD TOWN HALL - Middlesbrough - List Entry
- "Town Hall, 1846 by W.L. Moffat (Doncaster). Now used as public library and community centre. Brick with stone dressings, now rendered and scored to imitate dressed stone....first-floor council ...

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