eight-foot high stegosaurus stands with her baby on the south bank
of the river Tees, with the cooling towers of Haverton Hill in the
Park was opened in 1979, and at first featured only one T-rex sculpture.
1987 the life-size, steel skeletons of dinosaurs including stegosaurus,
brontosaurus, brachiasaurus and a mammoth were added.
sculptures were built by workers on the government Youth and Employment
Training Scheme at Amarc Training and Safety.
the park is a less popular attraction now than it once was, as its
condition has deteriorated.
sculptures are all sprayed with graffitti, and the gardens are overgrown
and filled with litter.