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  1. Just found this site via the Teesaurus Park story on the BBC – added you to my RSS feeder – love it!

    Keep up the good work. I live in Atlanta, GA and it’s great to be able to virtually visit home every day with great sites like yours.

    Guy Bailey

  2. This site is fascinating. Thanks. It encouraged me to visit South Gare with my camera this afternoon. I’d intended to spend half an hour there, but stayed for six hours.

  3. Hi I have visited your site on a number of occasions and found it fascinating but I have noticed that there is no rider to say who did what,when and why.For example the refurbishment of the Boer War memorial in Redcar Cemetery was financed entirely by the Friends of Redcar Cemetery a small voluntary group who look after Redcar cemetery as was the ‘Tulip Tree’. Any publicity for our group would be welcome.We are currently raising money to refurbish memorials from WW1 that have not stood the test of time.Cheers Ged Fleming Chairman Friends of Redcar Cemetery

  4. Thank you to all the people who keep up this site – its great. I live in Canada and enjoy learning about all the hidden treasures in the area. My partner is from the area and it is a fun (and cheap) way to revisit his childhood 🙂

  5. hi when i was a kid my nan told me a german plane crashed up on the hills at gouisborugh ans she seen the 2 pilots dead, years later after my nan sadly past away i asked her sister about it and she said yeas a german plane did crash at the top of the hills at guisborough,but i can not find anything about this plane. also my brother found a 2o or 50 cal bullet in the sea at redcar and some fisherman have pulled bit of aluminium witch could only be a plane but again can not find anything, woundering if you could shed any light on this, and last one people say they is sub ww2 at skinnygrove but never heard about that before,many thanks for reading this and hole you can understand my spelling, wayne

  6. Dear Wayne, The story goes that in the 2nd WW our Spitfires chased the German bombers over the Cleveland Hills before shooting them down. There are several graves of German fliers in Thornaby Cemetery.

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