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Middlesbrough Collection

Middlesbrough, a city steeped in history and sporting excellence

Background imageMiddlesbrough Collection: Ayresome Park Stadium Fine Art - Middlesbrough Football Club

Ayresome Park Stadium Fine Art - Middlesbrough Football Club
Ayresome Park Stadium Fine Art, former home of Middlesbrough Football Club. At the Game painted in fine detail by the talented artist James Muddiman captures the atmosphere of Match day perfectly

Background imageMiddlesbrough Collection: Ayresome Park Art - Middlesbrough

Ayresome Park Art - Middlesbrough
Watercolour of Ayresome Park, former home of Middlesbrough F.C. from 1903 - 1995. Record Attendance 53, 802 in 1949. Original painting size 20" x 16" created in 1999 by Kevin Fletcher

Background imageMiddlesbrough Collection: Riverside Stadium Art - Middlesbrough

Riverside Stadium Art - Middlesbrough
Watercolour of the Riverside Stadium, home of Middlesbrough F.C. 1995 - current day. Capacity 34, 988. Original painting size 20" x 16" created in 2001 by Kevin Fletcher

Background imageMiddlesbrough Collection: Riverside Stadium Fine Art - Middlesbrough Football Club

Riverside Stadium Fine Art - Middlesbrough Football Club
The Riverside Stadium is a football stadium in Middlesbrough, England, which has been the home of Middlesbrough since it opened in 1995

Background imageMiddlesbrough Collection: England, Middlesbrough, Middlesbrough Transporter Bridge

England, Middlesbrough, Middlesbrough Transporter Bridge. The Tees Transporter Bridge (Middlesbrough Transporter Bridge) which carries a travelling car, or gondola, suspended from the bridge

Background imageMiddlesbrough Collection: Middlesbrough Town Hall

Middlesbrough Town Hall, a typical Victorian municipal building, with a lofty clock tower, was officially opened by Edward, Prince of Wales later Edward VII), in 1889

Background imageMiddlesbrough Collection: A Spot of Bother Ayresome Park Middlesbrough. March 1973

A Spot of Bother Ayresome Park Middlesbrough. March 1973 1973

Background imageMiddlesbrough Collection: McCoy Tyner performing at the Newport Jazz Festival, Ayresome Park, Middlesbrough, July 1978

McCoy Tyner performing at the Newport Jazz Festival, Ayresome Park, Middlesbrough, July 1978

Background imageMiddlesbrough Collection: The Foundry Clock. Middlesbrough 1970s

The Foundry Clock. Middlesbrough 1970s Date: 1970s

Background imageMiddlesbrough Collection: Sinbad The Sailor. Middlesbrough

Sinbad The Sailor. Middlesbrough Date: 1970s

Background imageMiddlesbrough Collection: Free to Roam. Southbank, Middlesbrough 1970s

Free to Roam. Southbank, Middlesbrough 1970s 1970s

Background imageMiddlesbrough Collection: Linthorpe Road, Middlesbrough, Teesside

Linthorpe Road, Middlesbrough, Teesside. Date: 1890s

Background imageMiddlesbrough Collection: Steve Bloomer, English footballer and manager

Steve Bloomer, English footballer and manager
Steve Bloomer (1874-1938), English footballer and manager. He played for Derby County, Middlesbrough and England during the 1890s and 1900s, and was famous for his prolific scoring of goals

Background imageMiddlesbrough Collection: James Beattie Scores Past Ugo Ehiogu for Everton

James Beattie Scores Past Ugo Ehiogu for Everton
Beattie scores in front of Ugo Ehiogu

Background imageMiddlesbrough Collection: Tim Cahill

Tim Cahill
Cahill fires in a shot

Background imageMiddlesbrough Collection: Andy Van der Meyde's Electrifying Everton Debut: In the Thick of the Action

Andy Van der Meyde's Electrifying Everton Debut: In the Thick of the Action
Van der Meyde on the ball in his Everton debut

Background imageMiddlesbrough Collection: Everton's Euphoric Moment: James Beattie's Goal Celebration with Duncan Ferguson

Everton's Euphoric Moment: James Beattie's Goal Celebration with Duncan Ferguson
Everton celebrate James Beatties goal

Background imageMiddlesbrough Collection: Middlesbrough player Robbie Mustoe seen here playing his electric guitar

Middlesbrough player Robbie Mustoe seen here playing his electric guitar. 24th October 1995

Background imageMiddlesbrough Collection: Ulla Street Boot Boys. Middlesbrough 1970s

Ulla Street Boot Boys. Middlesbrough 1970s 1970s

Background imageMiddlesbrough Collection: Brighton and Hove Albion Fans Celebrate at Riverside Stadium during Sky Bet Championship Match vs

Brighton and Hove Albion Fans Celebrate at Riverside Stadium during Sky Bet Championship Match vs
Albion fans during the Sky Bet Championship match between Middlesbrough and Brighton and Hove Albion at the Riverside Stadium, Middlesbrough, England on 7th May 2016

Background imageMiddlesbrough Collection: Birmingham City v Middlesbrough. Final score 1-0 to Birmingham City. FA Cup Quarter-final

Birmingham City v Middlesbrough. Final score 1-0 to Birmingham City. FA Cup Quarter-final. Played at St Andrews Stadium. 8th March 1975

Background imageMiddlesbrough Collection: Football Stadium - Middlesbrough FC - Ayresome Park

Football Stadium - Middlesbrough FC - Ayresome Park
Ayresome Park was a football stadium in Middlesbrough, Yorkshire, England. It was the home of Middlesbrough F.C. from its construction in time for the 1903ÔÇô04 season

Background imageMiddlesbrough Collection: Scenes in St Hilda s, Middlesbrough. 11th December 1992

Scenes in St Hilda s, Middlesbrough. 11th December 1992

Background imageMiddlesbrough Collection: Great Central Railway: excursions to Nottingham Goose Fair, 1901

Great Central Railway: excursions to Nottingham Goose Fair, 1901
Also English League football matches (Notts County v Bradford City and Middlesbrough; and Nottingham and District Fanciers Societys poultry, Pigeon etc)

Background imageMiddlesbrough Collection: Strolling the Left Bank. Middlesbrough 1970s

Strolling the Left Bank. Middlesbrough 1970s Date: 1970s

Background imageMiddlesbrough Collection: Hands Full. Southbank Middlesbrough 1970s

Hands Full. Southbank Middlesbrough 1970s 1970s

Background imageMiddlesbrough Collection: The Five Lamps, Thornaby, Yorkshire

The Five Lamps, Thornaby, Yorkshire
The Five Lamps, Thornaby, Stockton-on-Tees, near Middlesbrough, Yorkshire, England. Showing Tram Date: 1910s

Background imageMiddlesbrough Collection: The Riverside Stadium - Middlesbrough FC

The Riverside Stadium - Middlesbrough FC
The Riverside Stadium is a football stadium in Middlesbrough, England, which has been the home of Middlesbrough since it opened in 1995

Background imageMiddlesbrough Collection: The 1st Battalion The Green Howards marching in Middlesbrough, North Yorkshire

The 1st Battalion The Green Howards marching in Middlesbrough, North Yorkshire, to exercise their right and privilege as freemen of the town. 28th February 1981

Background imageMiddlesbrough Collection: This Middlesbrough schoolboys team beat Salford 5-2 in the English Schools Trophy match

This Middlesbrough schoolboys team beat Salford 5-2 in the English Schools Trophy match on Saturday 22nd December 1979. The players are (back row left to right) L Smith, A Hanratty, C Davies

Background imageMiddlesbrough Collection: Iron Masters District, Middlesbrough, with The Tees Transporter Bridge in background

Iron Masters District, Middlesbrough, with The Tees Transporter Bridge in background, Middlesbrough, 23rd July 1979

Background imageMiddlesbrough Collection: The Marton Hotel & Country Club, Middlesbrough. 1971

The Marton Hotel & Country Club, Middlesbrough. 1971

Background imageMiddlesbrough Collection: Des Res with Donkey Parking 2. Middlesbrough 1970s

Des Res with Donkey Parking 2. Middlesbrough 1970s Date: 1970s

Background imageMiddlesbrough Collection: Always the Clown. Middlesbrough 1970s

Always the Clown. Middlesbrough 1970s 1970s

Background imageMiddlesbrough Collection: In The Height Of Fashion. Grangetown, Middlesbrough 1970s

In The Height Of Fashion. Grangetown, Middlesbrough 1970s 1970s

Background imageMiddlesbrough Collection: The Happy Couple. Grangetown, Middlesbrough 1970s

The Happy Couple. Grangetown, Middlesbrough 1970s 1970s

Background imageMiddlesbrough Collection: Locomotion at Darlington Station - Stockton & Darlington Rai

Locomotion at Darlington Station - Stockton & Darlington Railway, Darlington, Middlesbrough, County Durham, England. Date: 1910s

Background imageMiddlesbrough Collection: Middlesbrough 2-0 Tottenham Hotspur, league division one match at Ayresome Park

Middlesbrough 2-0 Tottenham Hotspur, league division one match at Ayresome Park, Saturday 5th February 1977

Background imageMiddlesbrough Collection: A mother holding a baby at Carter Bequest hospital. Circa 1973

A mother holding a baby at Carter Bequest hospital. Circa 1973

Background imageMiddlesbrough Collection: A nurse holding a baby at Carter Bequest hospital. Circa 1973

A nurse holding a baby at Carter Bequest hospital. Circa 1973

Background imageMiddlesbrough Collection: Middlesbrough striker Andy Campbell in action for the juniors at Tollesby Road 25th

Middlesbrough striker Andy Campbell in action for the juniors at Tollesby Road 25th November 1995

Background imageMiddlesbrough Collection: 1950 Middlesbrough team, looking swish in their civvies

1950 Middlesbrough team, looking swish in their civvies. Right to Left Manager David Jack, players George Hardwick, Jimmy McCabe, Wilf Mannion, Micky Fenton, Dickie Robinson, Bill Whittaker

Background imageMiddlesbrough Collection: Middlesbrough Town Hall, 18th June 1980

Middlesbrough Town Hall, 18th June 1980

Background imageMiddlesbrough Collection: Boro Fans, a section of Boros Holgate Kop in jubilant mood before the start of

Boro Fans, a section of Boros Holgate Kop in jubilant mood before the start of the FA Cup Quarter-final match, Middlesbrough V Orient, score 0 - 0, Ayresome Park. 11th March 1978

Background imageMiddlesbrough Collection: Middlesbrough V PNE

Middlesbrough V PNE
Middlesbrough, PNE, SkyBet Championship, 13/03/2019, The Riverside, Middlesbrough vs PNE, Wednesday 13th March 2019, 18634009

Background imageMiddlesbrough Collection: Middlesbrough and Cleveland Iron Trade Jubilee

Middlesbrough and Cleveland Iron Trade Jubilee
The Middlesbrough and Cleveland Iron Trade Jubilee in 1881: general view of Middlesbrough, North Yorkshire. The ILN says, " The fiftieth anniversary of the flourishing town of

Background imageMiddlesbrough Collection: Twine / Middlesbrough Football

Twine / Middlesbrough Football
F Twine, player for Middlesbrough

Background imageMiddlesbrough Collection: Middlebrough Cricket

Middlebrough Cricket
The Middlesbrough cricket team pose for a photograph on their ground; players wear a variety of check and striped shirts, caps and hats, and carry bats or balls



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Middlesbrough, a city steeped in history and sporting excellence. From the iconic Ayresome Park Stadium Fine Art to the legendary Middlesbrough Football Club, this place is a haven for football enthusiasts. The Ayresome Park Art captures the essence of this club's rich heritage, reminding us of the glory days that unfolded within its walls. But Middlesbrough isn't just about football; it boasts other remarkable landmarks too. The Riverside Stadium Art stands tall as a symbol of modernity and progress, showcasing how this city has evolved over time. And let's not forget about the majestic Middlesbrough Transporter Bridge, an engineering marvel that connects England with its proud inhabitants. The heart beats at its Town Hall, where countless cultural events have taken place throughout history and has witnessed extraordinary performances like McCoy Tyner mesmerizing crowds at the Newport Jazz Festival in July 1978 – a moment etched forever in our memories. As we stroll through Linthorpe Road, we are transported back to the vibrant streets of Teesside during their heyday. The Foundry Clock serves as a reminder of bygone eras when hard work was celebrated and time seemed to move at a different pace. Even amidst all these historical gems lies room for lightheartedness. A Spot of Bother occurred at Ayresome Park in March 1973 – perhaps an amusing incident that brought laughter to both players and spectators alike. And then there's Southbank - Free to Roam - where residents found solace and freedom amidst nature's embrace during the 1970s. This serene spot offered respite from bustling city life while still being part of something bigger: Middlesbrough's ever-evolving story. Lastly, Steve Bloomer stands tall as one of England's finest footballers and managers hailing from this very place. His legacy embodies passion, dedication, and the unwavering spirit of Middlesbrough.