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Winter Glamour

Well we are a few months into the winter and I am embracing the cold…..most of the time. Having escaped our winter over the previous four years to more tropical climates (where the oceans are like bath water). 294 more words

My Favourite Photograph

This blog post is different to what I usually post. However, I’m excited to actually write about my love for photography, by showing you one of my favourite photographs in one of my favourite places. 301 more words

Photography

Long Acres Mine Drift

Hidden in Thorny Close Wood on the steep bank of Skelton Beck is an old mining drift. Work was started in 1865 as an exploratory drift for the Skelton ironstone royalty at its northern extremity. 169 more words

Ironstone Mining

Cattle & Cane - Tour Warm-Up

Pleased to announce that The Kids Are Solid Gold & I are hosting an intimate tour-warm up gig from Cattle & Cane at the Community Theatre in Saltburn on Thursday 4th February. 19 more words

Pay For The Piano

A lost site and a forgotten lantern slide: Huntcliff Roman Signal Station, Saltburn

Looking through the HEIR database, tagger Boarshill commented on this image:

He writes: ‘Huntcliff was a Roman signal station on the Cleveland Way coastal path a mile or two east of Saltburn-by-the-Sea. 543 more words

Lantern Slide

The Beach (Part 6)

There’ll be some great cycling coming to this coast in 2016; The second running of ASO’s Tour de Yorkshire will finish to the south east of here in Scarborough and the Road Nationals will be held to the north west in Stockton but it’s December and next summer still seems a long way away so no need to start worrying about where you’re going to watch those quite yet..

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