Photographer's Note

Middlesbrough, town I currently live in, has a while ago earned title the worst place to live in the UK. I guess it also means that average tourists are not very interested in this place. But people who like visiting destinations “off the beaten track” may find it interesting. Recently the town has been honoured by the visit of the famous world traveller emka. I had the pleasure to accompany her to several local attractions which included the Dorman Museum. This picture was taken having the Dorman Museum at the back. Except for the self explanatory monument you can spot here a red brick building which was once Park Methodist Church and is now Park View Apartments. On the right hand side (not visible here) there is the entrance to one of the nicest parks in this area: Albert Park.

Park Methodist Church Wesleyan church 1903/05 by W.J. Morley & Son (Bradford). Red brick with painted terracotta dressings. Welsh slate roofs; copper-domed north-west tower. Disoriented, terms used are ritual. North-west and south-west towers, nave with transepts, short blank recessed chancel and north-east vestry. Italianate.

Photo Information
Viewed: 1907
Points: 54
Additional Photos by Mariusz Kamionka (mkamionka) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 3962 W: 91 N: 10287] (42437)
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