Former Redcar home of Gertrude Bell, one of Teesside's most famous women, set for new lease of life

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    Article by Dave Robson, Gazett Live, 4th Jan 2014. "The former home of one of Teesside’s most famous women is set to be redeveloped. The Red Barns pub and hotel in Kirkleatham Street, Redcar, was once the family home of Gertrude Bell - the remarkable mountaineer, archaeologist, linguist and traveller who was one of the first women to get an Oxford degree and became world renowned for her knowledge of the Middle East...."
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