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Waterhouse Building


The Waterhouse Building of Teesside University is located between Borough Road and Southfield Line in Middlesbrough. It was originally a high school, built in 1877 by Alfred Waterhouse (who also designed of London's Natural History Museum); and J. Johnson (Auckland). In 1906 an extension was built on the west side of the building by T.A. Lofthouse (Middlesbrough).[1] In the 1960's the former high school was purchased by Constantine Technical College, which later became Teesside University. It is Grade II listed on the National Heritage List for England.

Teesside University 1877 Grade II Listed
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The Old High School

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Campus, front entrance, Waterhouse Building, gates, night, gateway
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Teesside University's Waterhouse Building clock tower
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Waterhouse Building

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Old High School, University of Teesside
- "High school, 1877 by A. Waterhouse; and J. Johnson (Auckland), builder. West extension dated 1906, by T.A. Lofthouse (Middlesbrough). ...."

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Teesside University showing the Waterhouse Building and Middlesbrough Tower
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List number: 1139863
List grade: 2
Grid ref: NZ4949519890
District: Tees Valley

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