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Smith's Dock Park

Officially known today as Tees Dock Park - this park in Normanby, was originally called Recreation Park, donated by the Smith's Dock Company. The company, established in North Shields in 1851, had opened a shipyard on the River Tees at South Bank, Middlesbrough in 1907. The War Memorial in the park was also built by the Smith's Dock Company in 1922.

Normanby Parks and Gardens War Memorial, Smith's Dock Park
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Smith's Dock Company War Memorial, Normanby - List Entry
- "...The Smith's Dock Company War Memorial commemorates 14 employees who died during the First World War. It was unveiled on Saturday 16 September 1922, by Vice-Admiral Sir Laurence E Power …

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War Memorial, Smith's Dock Park
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War Memorial, Smith's Dock Park
- Overview Map The war memorial in Smith's Dock Park in Normanby was built by the Smith's Dock Company to commemorate 140 employees who lost their lives in the First World War. It …


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