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The Storm and Jacky Windy

The gales of 6th and 7th March 1883 caused the deaths of at least seven Filey fishermen. Five drowned from the yawl Integrity, off Spurn Head near the mouth of the Humber. 156 more words

Filey

Cold and just a tad breezy

To welcome in Spring we hosted a combination of weather events, “The Beast From The East” and “Storm Emma”, that pretty much brought the country to a stand still. 288 more words

Dog Photography

bEAching...stuck in the tin can

Well – we are well and truly stuck up here in Scotland with not a hope of getting back home to Yorkshire yet.

Our only route back first to the border, then down the M6 and finally across the M62, which is at present closed, sounds far too risky and I would rather be in a rocky, noisy tin can of a caravan than stuck for 12 hours or more without heat, food or drink as some motorists have been. 735 more words

General Chit Chat

At Sutton there came ashore during the storm on Friday night the Woodland Lass, a schooner of 73 tons register, in ballast, bound to Shields. The captain, mate, and three men were saved; and it is hoped the vessel will be got safely away.

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Wreck

At Sutton there came ashore during the storm on Friday night the Woodland Lass, a schooner of 73 tons register, in ballast, bound to Shields. The captain, mate, and three men were saved; and it is hoped the vessel will be got safely away.

122 more words
Wreck

At Sutton there came ashore during the storm on Friday night the Woodland Lass, a schooner of 73 tons register, in ballast, bound to Shields. The captain, mate, and three men were saved; and it is hoped the vessel will be got safely away.

122 more words
Wreck

At Sutton there came ashore during the storm on Friday night the Woodland Lass, a schooner of 73 tons register, in ballast, bound to Shields. The captain, mate, and three men were saved; and it is hoped the vessel will be got safely away.

122 more words
Wreck