Frank Wild, Antarctic explorer.

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John Robert Francis Wild was born on the 10th of April 1873 in Skelton.

Wikipedia informs us :-

In 1901 he was a member of Robert Falcon Scott’s crew as an Able seaman on the Discovery, along with Ernest Shackleton who was then a sub-lieutenant.
He was with Shackleton on the Nimrod Expedition 1908–1909 and was a member of the team that crossed the Ross Barrier and Beardmore Glacier at a record latitude of 88º23’S.
In 1911 he joined Douglas Mawson’s Aurora expedition and was in charge of the western base on the Shackleton Ice Shelf.
He served as Shackleton’s second-in-command on Shackleton’s Imperial Trans-Antarctic Expedition (1914–1916).
He was second-in-command of the Shackleton–Rowett Expedition (1921–22).

A more extensive biography and photos can be found here

Frank Wild

I was always doomed to failure, trying to get a decent photo of something behind glass in a well lit building.

National Provincial Bank, Bronze Doors, 42 Albert Road

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These ornate doors on a bar at 42 Albert Road are from the National Provincial Bank, the 24 panels inscribed are with Greek lettering showing coins from the Mediterranean.
Middlesbrough, Baracuda Doors

The doors are from the late 1930s and were designed by W.F.C. Holden. A similar stainless steel version appears on the NatWest in Coventry

Coventry - Natwest Door Panels