Victorian Urinal and bridge dedicated to Ironstone Miners

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The bridge into Waterfall Park in Great Ayton is dedicated to five ironstone miners who lost their lives in the First World War.
Great Ayton Bridge
The under manager George Whitbread worked at Ayton Monument rather than Ayton Banks.

Over the bridge is a cast iron Victorian Urinal, it was originally one of three, it moved here in 1998 from Station Road.
Great Ayton Urinal

1 thought on “Victorian Urinal and bridge dedicated to Ironstone Miners

  1. I am an expat now, but this really is a great website, keep up the good work. See if you can find a way to dangle a camera down Sheriff’s pit, I have always wondered what there is to see down there, just standing next to it and listening the the water rushing into the depths always gives me the willies.

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