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Post code: TS18 3RH

Preston Park Museum and Grounds


Preston Hall near Eaglescliffe in Stockton-on-Tees was a stately home built in 1825 for David Burton Fowler. When Fowler purchased the estate it included four farms, a quarry, and a brickworks.[1] Stockton Corporation purchased the estate after the Second World War and on the 3rd of June 1953, Preston Hall was opened as a public museum. The Hall is a Grade II listed building.

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Preston Hall, Preston Park

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Victorian Street : Preston Park Museum

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Conservatory (1950) : Preston Hall

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Preston Park Museum

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The Victorian Street At Preston Park Museum

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Machinery At Preston Park Museum

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Preston Park Musuem

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Cakes and Pastries in Preston Park Museum's Tea Room

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PRESTON HALL MUSEUM - Stockton-on-Tees - List Entry
- "Late C18 or early Cl9 house with large later C19 additions. Original rectangular block with service wing. Pinkish brick with stone plinth and first floor band, cor- nice and blocking ...

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