North York Moors CAM

Tuesday 25th January 2000



North Bay and Scalby Mills from Queen's Parade


Scarborough Castle ruins


The grave of Anne Bronte which lies in the old burial ground near St Mary's Church.
Anne, along with her sisters Charlotte and Emily, was a fine writer and her two most famous publications were
The Tenant of Wildfell Hall and Agnes Grey. She went to Scarborough from Haworth already dying of tuberculosis and,
after only a few days there, she passed away on May 28th, 1849


Scarborough from the jetty


1914 Vickers Pattern 13 Pdr Gun - raised by Scarborough Sub-Aqua Club and local fishermen in 1982 from the wreck of SS Hornsund,
sunk by torpedo on 23rd September 1917, 2.5 miles south-east of its present location


Scarborough lighthouse was destroyed by German naval bombardment on 16th December 1914
- it was rebuilt and opened on 23rd September 1931


Scarborough South Bay from the lighthouse jetty


Scarborough's most famous and prominent hotel - The Grand


The hillside (near top right) is the result of a landslide which occurred in recent years destroying a prominent hotel.
The path which can be seen traversing it is a continuation of the Cleveland Way
which reaches its climax at Filey Brigg, seen in the very far distance


These holiday chalets near the Spa are looking 'spick and span' ready for the summer season


A final look back at South Bay from The Esplanade


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