Exploring Middlesbrough, North Yorkshire, England – 17 March, 2020 Exploring Middlesbrough, North Yorkshire, England – 17 March, 2020: https://youtu.be/-9jd751e6Kc . I’ve just added a new film to my Tourism: England: North Yorkshire playlist, here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLvGU73l75qxWjWi53gc2VeGyYPhNEvxs1 of views from a long circular walk around the town of Middlesbrough in North Yorkshire, England. Middlesbrough is a large post-industrial town in North Yorkshire, England. The local council, a unitary authority, is Middlesbrough Borough Council. The 2011 Census recorded the borough’s total resident population as 138,400 and the wider urban settlement with a population of 174,700 making it the largest settlement within the ceremonial County of North Yorkshire. Middlesbrough is part of the larger built-up area of Teesside. To read more about Middlesbrough, click here: https://ift.tt/1VluBoq . The film features the following identified features and locations: the approach to Middlesbrough from the south by train, Newport Bridge, Bridge Street West, Middlesbrough Railway Station, Exchange Place, Exchange Square, Henry Bolckow statue, Royal Exchange Keystones, Albert Road, A66, Wilson Street, Middlesbrough Town Hall, Centre Square, Corporation Street, Centre Square Fountain, Bottle of Notes, Centre Square Pond, Teesside Combined Court Centre, The Scales of Justice statue, Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art, John Vaughan statue, Middlesbrough Library, Sir Samuel Sadler statue, Baker Street, Linthorpe Road, Borough Road, King Edward’s Road, King Edward Square, Teesside University Campus, Middlesbrough Tower, Waterhouse, Student Life, Business School, The Curve, Teesside University Library, Teesside University Long Stay Car Park, Waterloo Road, Laura Street, Woodlands Road, Park Lane, Parkside Studios, West Parkside Village, Park North Road, Albert Park, Central Fountain, Lower Lake, Park Vale Road, Southfield Road, Marton Road, A172, The Six Medals, Heath Road, Sheperdson Way, The Riverside Stadium, Middlesbrough Football Club, River Tees, Wilf Mannion statue, George Hardwick statue, Priestman Road, Temenos, Middlehaven Crane, Middlesbrough Hydraulic Clock Tower, Vulcan Street, Middlesbrough Transporter Bridge, Durham Street, Cleveland Street, Gosford Street, Queen’s Square, Albert Bridge, Zetland Road, Brunswick Street, Wilson Street, Linthorpe Road, Grange Road, St. Hilda’s Bells, Grange Road and All Saints Church. Would you like £15 off of your next hotel booking with Booking.com? if so please click on this link to make your booking: https://ift.tt/2Ydp0Xq This film is a Moss Travel Media production – www.mosstravel.tv If you liked this film, please subscribe to my YouTube channel here: https://www.youtube.com/user/stuartmoss in order to receive updates of my future film uploads. You can also find my travel films and photography updates on the following social media: Blogger: https://ift.tt/1qnoMUM Facebook: https://ift.tt/1qnoMEq **please like my Facebook page** Google+ just add +stuartmoss Instagram: stumoss – https://ift.tt/1HBECD6 LiveJournal: https://ift.tt/234zNkv Pinterest: https://ift.tt/1N8ggbp WordPress: https://ift.tt/1uTkpb3 StumbleUpon: https://ift.tt/1Q2ZA5k Tumblr: https://ift.tt/1w6b7dl Twitter @mosstraveltv or https://twitter.com/mosstraveltv VKontakte: https://ift.tt/2Froo9I YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/stuartmoss I hope that you enjoyed this film and will return again in future, your support is really appreciated, by subscribing above you will be kept informed of my travel updates and new films uploaded. Thank you and bon voyage!

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