The Gazebo now stands at the side of a residential street, but originally it was part of larger gardens.
Thanks to Neil for the following info :-
The house dates from the late 1700’s and so does the gazebo. Until the early 1960s the house was owned by a doctor who held his surgeries there. The main house was split into two in the mid 1960s and my Aunt and Uncle have lived there since then. The cottage at the end may be older and may have been two residences since it had two staircases one of which has been removed. The gazebo would have provided a view of the sea beyond the garden wall.
This building is now known as Zetland House
It is made from white Pease bricks like much of Saltburn in the same period, and carries a date-stone from 1863.
This was once the village school, donated by the Earl Of Zetland.
I have been unable to track down any information on the name or sculptor of this piece.
The only clues are Atlas on the book and JCUH (James Cook University Hospital)
Its outside the Endeavour Unit which was opened by Princess Alexandra in May 2012
John Andrew Malcolmson was Medical Officer of Health for Middlesbrough until his death aged 46 on 1st March 1898 during a smallpox epidemic (although he died of apoplexy or what we would now call a stroke)
This relief is dated 1899 by Doyle Jones
Again this is now in James Cook Hospital as part of a permanent display.
Angus MacPherson was secretary of North Riding Infirmary for 32 years from 1873 to 1904
He was Secretary of the Cleveland Institute of Engineers and also a poet, much of his work can be found in this in-depth article
The MacPherson Memorial Fund raised £115
This plaque once marked the part of the North Riding Infirmary that was erected as a memorial to Sir Bernhard Samuelson by his sons in 1906.
The porch in question is the arch that was put around the corner when the hospital was demolished in 2006, as that has a 1906 date stone on it.
The porch and two wings either side are clearly from the later date as they are a different colour to the rest of the 1864 building in this picture.
The plaque is currently located in an exhibition at James Cook hospital.
The railway lines at Saltburn originally extended directly into the back of the Zetland Hotel as can be seen in this 1950s photo from the East Cleveland Image Archive.
There used to be a pedestrian subway to get under the lines at the rear of the main station.
I recall this as a child (early 80s) but cannot remember exactly when it was filled in although this sign on the wall to “Please Be Tidy” is still visible
There is a beam stamped with the date 1865, but it cannot now be seen as the area is within someones private garden.
yogi59 has kindly allowed me to use the following photo which shows the subway being filled and the date stamped beam.
Yarms position in the bend of the River Tees made it vulnerable to flooding, this marker on the Town Hall shows the height of the March 10th 1881 flood waters.
There is a second higher marker for September 17th 1771, although this is currently hidden by a wooden panel in the doorway.