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Huntcliff

A familiar view to those walking the Cleveland Way. The cliffs represent 26 million years of deposition of sediment at the bottom of shallow seas at a time the geologists call the Lower Jurassic. 129 more words

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Sea Coal

Sea coal is a rare bounty on Saltburn beach, generally only found after large storms and spring tides. The coal originates from offshore seams and has been gathered from North East beaches since at least the 7th century. 66 more words

Spring Tide, Saltburn

A stroll along the prom. The tide is big, there’s a storm surge. Waves should be good. A course day, blowing a hooley.  Maybe a promenade is not such a good idea.

Saltburn

A NEW YEAR DIP

Across the country it’s a tradition for many to welcome in the first day of a new year with a quick dip into the icy cold ocean. 173 more words

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