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Waterhouse Building, Teesside University


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 a Grade II listed building.

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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
- Campus, Waterhouse Building, summer evening. Photo by 'LTees', 26 May 2014. Available for reuse under a Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 4.0 International license, c/o Wikimedia Commons.

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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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