T. Richardson, Hartlepool Iron Works 1851, Moorhouse Estate

Thomas Richardson had acquired the Hartlepool Iron Works in 1847 and this bridge lintel is dated 1851. Although it doesnt appear to be structural as the surround bridge is much newer.
T. Richardson, Hartlepool Iron Works 1851, Moorhouse Estate.
A friend at Network Rail informs me there is a 1940 steel deck built from old rails that carries no tracks.
T. Richardson, Hartlepool Iron Works 1851, Moorhouse Estate.
The live line are carried by a modern steel slab deck installed in 1989.

Middle Warren Pillbox, Hartlepool

This whole area is now in the middle of an extensive housing development, so I don’t think this one is going to be around much longer.Hartlepool Pillbox, Middle Warren

The Defence Of Britain database from the 1990s lists many in this area that are now gone under housing.
Hartlepool Pillbox, Middle Warren
Hartlepool Pillbox, Easington Road

UPDATE :
I have received information that as of 26th July 2012, this pillbox has been demolished. Another one bites the dust.

Ralph Ward Jackson Statue, Hartlepool

Ralph Ward Jackson (7 June 1806 – 6 August 1880) was the founder of West Hartlepool and was the towns first MP in 1868.
Ralph Ward Jackson, Hartlepool
The sculptor was Edward Onslow Ford
Ralph Ward Jackson, Hartlepool

It was donated by Colonel J. W. Cameron, the founder of Camerons brewery to mark the jubilee of the opening of the towns first dock and harbour.
Ralph Ward Jackson, Hartlepool
The statue was unveiled on 12th June 1897 by the Marquis of Londonderry.