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When the school closed in 1978 it was restored as a museum.
It is a typical Victoria brick built school with outside toilets.
Still standing in its own grounds off the road, it is now used by the local council.
Its main claim to fame is that Chad Varah, the founder of the Samaritans was born here in 1911.
The Corn Exchange in the Market Place, Assembly Rooms (originally the Temperance hall) and old Police Station and Magistrates Court date from this time.
Providence House on Holydykewas built for Thomas Tombleson, one of Barton’s largest landowners.
It is now the parish church and is worth visiting for its Norman arcade and lovely wooden screen in the chancel.
The Humber has always been a major route for passenger and goods traffic and Barton was a major port with Barton Haven provided safe anchorage for ships.