Rushpool Hall - Weddings & Private Functions Venue

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    Official Website of the Hall - includes a section on history: "...Rushpool Hall is one of the finest specimens of Victorian architecture to be found in North Yorkshire. It was constructed at the head of the valley gardens in Saltburn-by-the-Sea in the years 1863-4 for Mr John Bell, one of the Victorian pioneer Ironmasters of Bell Brothers a company that controlled and worked the ironstone mines at Skelton-in-Cleveland. It followed that the magnificent Rushpool Hall was built with the first ironstone raised from Bell Brothers Skelton Shaft mine. The architecture of Rushpool Hall is possibly by Cuthbert Brodrick (1821-1905) famed Victorian architect of Leeds Town Hall (1852-8), the Leeds Corn Exchange (1860-2)..."
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    Rushpool Hall - Weddings & Private Functions Venue
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    Resource type: Text/Website
    Added by: Simon Cotterill
    Last modified: 6 years, 10 months ago
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