List number: 1320257
List grade: 2
Grid ref: NZ4518818344

Old Town Hall, Thornaby


The former Town Hall in Thornaby is located on the corner of Railway Terrace and Mandale Road. It was built 1890-1892, designed by James Garry of West Hartlepool, in the free Renaissance style.[1] This is a Grade II listed building. A plaque on the states: "By The Generosity Of Alderman William Anderson, First Mayor of Thornaby-on-Tees The Clock and Chimes in this Tower were given for the Benefit of the People."[2]

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Buildings on Mandale Road, Thornaby

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FORMER TOWN HALL - Thonaby - List Entry
- "Former town hall, now vacant. 1890-92. Designed by James Garry of West Hartlepool in the free Renaissance style. Red brick with ashlar dressings and slate roofs. 2 storey plus attics....."

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