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Saltburn-By-The-Sea, the Promenade 1923 (ref. 74271)
Here, in another view of the Promenade, we see the large five- storey houses, built in distinctive white 'Pease' brick, many of which operated as small private hotels or boarding houses to cater for the visitors to the town in the holiday season. Add your own Memory
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Saltburn-By-The-Sea, the Pier 1929 (ref. 82479)
A view of the pier taken two years after the storm damage of 1927. Obviously, by this time, no progress has been made on repairing the storm damage. In the pavilion at the head of the pier can be found a café for refreshment. Add your own Memory
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Saltburn-By-The-Sea, Zetland Hotel 1925 (ref. 77733)
The Promenade of Saltburn is dominated by the impressive edifice of the Zetland Hotel. Again built in distinctive white 'Pease' brick, the hotel was designed to cater for tourists and had its own private railway platform at the rear, bringing guests literally to the door of the hotel. The Zetland has, in more recent years, been converted into luxury apartments. Add your own Memory
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Saltburn-By-The-Sea, view from Golf Links 1929 (ref. 82480)
The distinctive tower of the parish church dominates this view, which gives an excellent overall prospect of the Victorian 'new' town of Saltburn, with its symmetrical grid work of streets. Add your own Memory
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Saltburn-By-The-Sea, Storm Damaged Pier 1927 (ref. 80233)
In 1927 Saltburn pier suffered damage from a number of ferocious storms. Here we can see that the original end of the pier has been completely severed from the shoreline. Add your own Memory
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Saltburn-By-The-Sea, Cat Nab c1885 (ref. 18103)
Another view of Cat Nab, showing very clearly the 'new town' laid out in the mid to late 19th century, largely through the vision and initiative of the Pease family. The row of impressive buildings on the Marine Parade is dominated by the Zetland Hotel (centre of Add your own Memory
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Saltburn-By-The-Sea, the War Memorial 1923 (ref. 74273)
The distinctive town war memorial of Saltburn stands in lovely gardens just off the Promenade. Add your own Memory
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Saltburn-By-The-Sea, Cat Nab c1885 (ref. 18102)
Cat Nab is situated in 'old Saltburn', with the Ship Inn just to the right. Beyond Cat Nab can be seen Saltburn Pier in its original length, before being truncated by storm damage. The Victorian 'new town' of Saltburn can be seen on the extreme left hand side of the picture. Add your own Memory
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Saltburn-By-The-Sea, the Beach 1927 (ref. 80240)
Here we see a splendid prospect of the Promenade and the Zetland Hotel, viewed from the beach. Nestling in the hillside below the Promenade, we see, to the right, The Cottage (or 'Teddy's Nook') and, to the left, The Spa. Add your own Memory
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Saltburn-By-The-Sea, the Lift c1885 (ref. 18108)
In common with the larger seaside resort of Scarborough, Saltburn has a cliff lift still operational to this day. The Pier leads off to the right of the picture and the entrance to the Pier is flanked by two attractive pavilions. Add your own Memory
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Saltburn-By-The-Sea, looking west 1927 (ref. 80243)
An interesting view showing the sharp contrast between the original or 'old' Saltburn and the 'new' or Victorian Saltburn which was built upon the west cliff opposite the original cluster of cottages which formed old Saltburn. Add your own Memory
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Saltburn-By-The-Sea, Huntcliffe c1885 (ref. 18112)
Another delightful view of the Cat Nab area of Saltburn, with the distinctive profile of Huntcliffe beyond. The building in front of Cat Nab has 'Photographic Studio' written on the roof and to the right are two bathing machines. There are swings on the beach (extreme left of picture) and tea, refreshments and hot water can be obtained from the café by the roadside. Add your own Memory
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Saltburn-By-The-Sea, War Memorial Gardens 1932 (ref. 85283)
Here we see the lovely gardens referred to in photograph 74273 (page 59). The gardens, laid out with rose beds, rustic work, and benches remain relatively unchanged today. Add your own Memory
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Saltburn-By-The-Sea, the Church interior c1885 (ref. 18115)
The Victorian Parish Church of Saltburn illustrates many architectural features characteristic of the 'High Gothic' style of architecture. Add your own Memory
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Saltburn-By-The-Sea, the Seafront 1932 (ref. 85284)
An excellent view of the seafront, where we see a stage, and spectators being entertained. Again the café at the head of the pier can be seen and, next to it, a 'Little Theatre'. Add your own Memory
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Saltburn-By-The-Sea, Marske Mill c1885 (ref. 18116)
Marske Mill is located just outside Saltburn and is connected to the town by Marske Mill Lane. Note the haystacks in the farmyard. In the centre horizon of the picture the turreted outline of Rushpool Hall can be seen. Add your own Memory
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Saltburn-By-The-Sea, the Promenade 1932 (ref. 85286)
Magnificent sea views are afforded from the Promenade, down the north coast in the direction of Hartlepool and beyond, hence the name of these gardens. To the right of the picture we can see the pier, and it is clear that the storm damage of 1927 has now been repaired and the end of the pier has been reconnected. Add your own Memory
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Saltburn-By-The-Sea, Cat Nab 1891 (ref. 29186)
Another view showing Cat Nab, with Saltburn's Marine Parade standing high on the opposite side of the valley. Just below Marine Parade can be seen a house known as The Cottage but also affectionately known in the town as Teddy's Nook, a reference to visits to Saltburn by Edward, Prince of Wales, later Edward VII. Add your own Memory
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Saltburn-By-The-Sea, Hazelgrove 1932 (ref. 85294)
A delightful view of Hazelgrove, a popular area of the town for promenading. It was laid out to provide a picturesque walk from the shore of the western side of the town, and lies in the valley between two cliffs. Add your own Memory
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Saltburn-By-The-Sea, Italian Gardens 1891 (ref. 29189)
As with many Victorian seaside resorts, Saltburn boasted elaborate, well kept, (and labour intensive) public gardens, as seen here in the Italian Gardens. Across the valley behind, known as Rifts Wood, is the footbridge known as the Ha'penny Bridge - a reference to the toll which was levied when crossing the bridge. Add your own Memory
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