May 10th, 2019

Travelling up the coast from Scarborough to Hartlepool, with a visit to Robin hood's Bay and Saltburn-by-the-Sea on the way.

North bay beach with 'The Sands' appartments on the left and the Sealife Marine Sanctuary to the right
Overlooking Royal Albert Drive from North Marine road.
Scarborough Castle
Sealife Marine Sanctuary, Scarborough
North Bay Beach Chalets
Looking north along Royal Albert Drive

Looking across to Scarborough Castle promontory from the North Bay Beach Chalets

Scarborough Castle promontory
A few geocaches along a walkway near Cloughton
Some nice properties viewed from the walking track, Claughton.
Some nice properties viewed from the walking track, Claughton.
Robin Hood's Bay viewed from Ravenscar
Robin Hood's Bay
Robin Hood's Bay
National Cycle Network sign close to Robin Hood's Bay
Outside Chocolate Heaven, New Road, Robin Hood's Bay
A steep climb up New Road, Robin Hood's Bay
The Old Drapery and The Laurel Inn,
New Road, Robin Hood's Bay
King's Street, Robin Hood's Bay
Beach access, Robin Hood's Bay
50 square metre, 300,000 piece seawall mosaic by artist Ruth Wilkinson, Robin Hood's Bay
The backstreets of Robin Hood's Bay
Alleyways of
Robin Hood's Bay
A snicket.
Robin Hood's Bay
Outside Berties, Chapel Street,
Robin Hood's Bay
This is a 1 in 3 gradient.
Robin Hood's Bay panorama
Chancel screen with organ above.
Church of St. Oswald, Lythe
St. Oswald's 'Gingerbread Man'
An Anglo-Scandinavian hogsback stone.
Church of St. Oswald, Lythe
Stained glass windows, Church of St. Oswald, Mulgrave
Saltburn Methodist Church
Church micro 10437
Emmanuel Church, Saltburn-by-the-Sea
Church micro 6673 DNF
Community mosaic project to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the arrival of the first passenger steam train to Saltburn-by-the-Sea
The Saltburn 150 project was designed by Helen Gaunt and fellow artist Derek Mosey.
The artwork, detailing the history of Saltburn-by-the-Sea, consists of 5, 12 foot panels and was completed with the help of 2,000 local people.

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