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Saturday, 8 June 2013

The Yorkshire Coast Part one

I have my favourite coastal areas in the UK, but I have to say this is a new one on the list. Interesting bays, precarious cliff walks, breathtaking views, and wildlife. All this, and more can be found at the Yorkshire coast.

The Humber Bridge, which seperates Yorkshire, and Lincolnshire

Bempton Cliffs
These cliffs are famous for puffins, and other seabirds.

Robin Hood's Bay

Walking in the footpaths above the bay. We found old railway tunnels. If anyone has read Malcolm Saville's book, Mystery Mine, it is set around this area, and I can see where he got his inspiration from.

Sandsend beach

Whitby, a charming place when the sun shines. We ate fish and chips next to the harbour. Yum! This is the gorgeous approach, as you walk into the town via the old Abbey.

More from around the abbey...

To be concluded!

1 comment:

  1. i may have commented twice....thanks for sharing jenny, lovely pics, make me homesick. the fish and chips in whitby are indeed delicious! the kids went to school in bempton for a short while and the manse is there from our old church. x