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Statue of John Vaughan


A statue of John Vaughan stands in Centre Square, near the public library, in Middlesbrough. The statue, by G.A. Lawson, was erected in 1884 and was originally sited in Exchange Place. It was moved to it's current location in 1914. The statue is Grade II listed on the National Heritage List for England.

JOHN VAUGHAN 1799-1868. MAYOR OF MIDDLESBROUGH 1855. DISCOVERED IRONSTONE IN THE CLEVELAND HILLS. FOUNDER OF THE IRON TRADE IN CLEVELAND. PARTNER IN BOLCKOW, VAUGHAN & CO. LTD., WHO BUILT ONE OF THE FIRST IRON WORKS IN MIDDLESBROUGH IN 1840

Centre Square 1884 John Vaughan, 1799-1868 Historic Buildings and Monuments in Middlesbrough
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Statue of John Vaughan - outside Central Library, Albert Road

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Middlesbrough: John Vaughan statue

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John Vaughan Statue, Middlesbrough

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John Vaughan Statue, Middlesbrough

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John Vaughan Statue, Middlesbrough

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John Vaughan Statue, Middlesbrough

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John Vaughan Statue, Middlesbrough

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John Vaughan Statue, Middlesbrough

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John Vaughan Statue, Middlesbrough

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MONUMENT TO JOHN VAUGHAN - Middlesbrough - List Entry
- "Monument, dated 1884, to John Vaughan, by G.A. Lawson. Bronze figure and tablets; roughly dressed ironstone pedestal and plinth. Standing male figure with coat draped over left arm, on ...

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List number: 1329504
List grade: 2
Grid ref: NZ4958620161
District: Tees Valley

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