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Long-Spined Sea Scorpion

Stiff legged from yesterday so an easy day. Low tide at Saltburn this morning and a wander on the beach. Very cold and windy, a complete contrast to yesterday. 91 more words


Saltburn Community Theatre

Saltburn Arts Theatre and Community Hall was originally designed as a Primitive Methodist Church and School in 1904 by prominent Scottish architect George Baines who won an architectural competition with the design in 1905. 85 more words

Saltburn - a hidden town

Everybody has their own ideal of travelling. Each individual can enjoy very different experiences, just as people have different perspectives on the same matter. For some, it’s the thrilled feeling of exploring the Mother Nature, others might enjoy the urban with skyscrapers and modern buildings. 2,434 more words


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UK enjoys a warm end to the Easter weekend

BBC News Website 7th April 2015

Not all of the UK was so fortunate; arriving at Saltburn-by-the-Sea to begin a sunny day by the sea it was clear (unfortunate choice of word) that the plan wasn’t going to be realised when the start of the famous pier was barely visible, never mind the end.

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Skelton Beck

Skelton Beck flows down a gorge through Crow Wood and Valley Gardens before joining Saltburn Gill Beck and entering the North Sea. Below the Riftswood viaduct carrying the mineral railway to the potash mine at Boulby the beck flow over the remains of a weir used to provide a head of water to drive the Marske corn mill. 24 more words


Saltburn, Mother's Day 2015

Cold but beautiful day in Saltburn.  Had fish and chips at The Seaview restaurant at the bottom of the pier – if you are ever in the area then visit, the food there is amazing!