Yorkshire Coast

The Spa Bridge (YC.35)

In a previous life my wife and I opened a gallery on Museum Terrace with a view of this bridge. I’ve been meaning to recreate this scene for years,.

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Size 420mm x 297mm
Edition 250

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Sandsend Beach towards Whitby (YC.36)

We’ve walked this walk many times, it’s especially bracing in Winter.

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Size 420mm x 297mm
Edition 250

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Filey Beakwater (YC.33)

Looking towards the Brigg, over an ‘Ebbing Tide’ in Filey.

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Size 420mm x 297mm
Edition 250

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Baytown (YC.29)

Looking towards Raven Hall, from the beach at Robin Hood’s Bay. Often referred to by the locals as Baytown.

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Size 420mm x 297mm
Edition 250

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Towards the Brigg (YC.30)

From the wonderful Edwardian Seaside resort of Filey, this is a view towards Filey Brigg.

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Size 420mm x 297mm
Edition 250

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Whitby Abbey (YC.32)

Standing on the edge of the wooden pier at Whitby gives a great view towards the Abbey and Harbour.

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Size 420mm x 297mm
Edition 250

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The Bay (YC.31)

Robin Hood’s Bay looking towards Ravenscar.

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Size 420mm x 297mm
Edition 250

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Cowbar Nab, Staithes (YC.2)

This is a view from the back of the Cod & Lobster pub, looking towards Cowbar Nab. Cowbar Nab both dominates and protects the traditional North Yorkshire fishing village of Staithes.

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Size 420mm x 297mm
Edition 250

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Boulby Cliffs, Staithes (YC.1)

Boulby Cliffs are the highest cliffs in England at 666 ft. They lie to the North of Staithes,

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Size 420mm x 297mm
Edition 250

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Filey Bay from the Brigg (YC.3)

Looking from the top of the impressive Brigg Southerly towards the village of Filey. Filey, a popular Edwardian Holiday resort is at the Eastern end of the Cleveland Way, and the Northern end of the Wolds Way.

Digital Print (Archival)
Size 420mm x 297mm
Edition 250

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Towards Robin Hood’s Bay (YC.4)

Looking down towards Robin Hood’s Bay from Ravenscar, it’s easy to see why the Victorians had plans to turn this area into a major Tourism Resort. It’s ruggedness and geography prevented this from becoming a reality. There’s an excellent coastal walk between the two villages that follows the old railway.

Digital Print (Archival)
Size 420mm x 297mm
Edition 250

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Scarborough Castle, North Bay (YC.5)

Scarborough Castle has experienced ten centuries of history, and the current ruins are managed by English Heritage. This promontory pointing eastward separates the Wilder exposed North Bay & the sheltered South Bay.

Digital Print (Archival)
Size 420mm x 297mm
Edition 250

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Scarborough South Bay (YC.6)

With it’s magnificent Victorian buildings, it’s easy to see why the the scenically beautiful Scarborough South Bay became the starting point of the first British Seaside resort.

Digital Print (Archival)
Size 420mm x 297mm
Edition 250

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