Gallery: Whitby, UK

 

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The photographs in this gallery include coastal, landscape and architectural scenes, taken in and around the north-east fishing port of Whitby, in North Yorkshire, England.

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Fossil Sculptures, Whitby   Image Ref. 36195-RDA   To: Gallery: Sculptures and Carvings

 

>Along The West Cliff, Whitby by Rod Johnson

 

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Along The West Cliff, Whitby

A view along the West Cliff of Whitby, looking towards the distant headland of Sandsend Ness, in North Yorkshire England. Along the cliff, there are several footpaths which provide access between the North Promenade and the beach. The scene also shows a row of brightly coloured beach chalets and the expanse of beach known as Whitby Sands.

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>Whitby Marina and The River Esk by Rod Johnson

 

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Whitby Marina and The River Esk

The River Esk and the Marina at Whitby, North Yorkshire, England. This scene was captured from New Bridge; it shows the boat park, Marina, apartments, houses and cottages, many small boats at their moorings and a few larger boats. High above, on the East Cliff is St Mary's Church and the ruins of Whitby Abbey. From the Marina, the river flows into the Upper and Lower Harbours and then out into the North Sea.

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>The West Pier and Breakwater, Whitby by Rod Johnson

 

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The West Pier and Breakwater, Whitby

Looking along the West Pier at Whitby, North Yorkshire, England. The scene also shows the west Breakwater, which is linked to the West Pier by the Memorial Bridge, the red and green beacons, the disused lighthouses and to the right is part of the East Pier. Between the two piers is the harbour entrance.

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>Whitby Sunrise by Rod Johnson

 

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Whitby Sunrise

A sunrise over the ocean at Whitby in North Yorkshire, England. The scene, which shows the harbour breakwaters and a small boat going out to sea, was captured from the North Promenade.

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>Pier Lighthouse and Beacon, Whitby by Rod Johnson

 

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Pier Lighthouse and Beacon, Whitby

Pictured here is an odd couple. The disused West Pier lighthouse and the active beacon on the East Breakwater at Whitby in North Yorkshire, England. The scene was captured from a gap between two buildings, using a long telephoto lens. The late evening sun, was lighting the subjects and separating them from the backdrop of heavy storm clouds.

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>Pirate Ship and Whitby West Breakwater by Rod Johnson

 

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Pirate Ship and Whitby West Breakwater

The Pirate Ship, as it is known locally, or to be more precise, the Bark Endeavour, is pictured returning to the Lower Harbour after a short sea cruise. Seen here on a very murky morning, the pleasure craft is approaching the West Breakwater at Whitby in North Yorkshire, England.

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>Harbour View, Whitby by Rod Johnson

 

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Harbour View, Whitby

A view of the Upper and Lower Harbour at Whitby in North Yorkshire, England. The scene includes the swing bridge, lots of boats in the harbours and a backdrop of houses and other buildings.

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>The North Yorkshire Coast, After A Storm by Rod Johnson

 

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The North Yorkshire Coast, After A Storm

A view from the North Promenade of Whitby, North Yorkshire, England. This evening scene was captured after a thunder storm. The view across Whitby Sands to the distant headland, shows a mass of storm clouds, gathering over the North Sea.

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>Along The West Pier, Whitby by Rod Johnson

 

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Along The West Pier, Whitby

A view along the West Pier at Whitby, North Yorkshire, England. Captured after a rain shower, the scene shows people walking, the two pier lighthouses, the capstans which were once used for manually hauling boats into the harbour, the East Pier to right and the breakwaters in the distance.

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>Whitby East Cliff By Night by Rod Johnson

 

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Whitby East Cliff By Night

A view of Whitby East Cliff, North Yorkshire, England, by night. This night-time scene, captured the Lower Harbour at low water, Tate Hill Pier and sands, the cottages and quayside buildings of Church Street and Henrietta Street, then on the clifftop, is St Mary's Church with its brightly light bell tower.

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>Tate Hill Sands from the Slipway, Whitby by Rod Johnson

 

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Tate Hill Sands from the Slipway, Whitby

Tate Hill Sands and the buildings of the fishing port of Whitby, North Yorkshire, England. This view from the slipway at low tide, shows the beach, the Lower Harbour, the Fish Quay and numerous buildings, including the hotels on top of the West Cliff.

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>Along Whitby Sands by Rod Johnson

 

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Along Whitby Sands

Along Whitby Sands at Whitby in North Yorkshire, England. From a viewpoint below the West Cliff, this long distance shot was taken, looking towards the village of Sandsend.

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>Tate Hill Pier and The Shambles, Whitby by Rod Johnson

 

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Tate Hill Pier and The Shambles, Whitby

A view across the Lower Harbour, showing Tate Hill Pier, Tate Hill Sands and buildings of The Shambles at Whitby in North Yorkshire, England.

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>Whitby Lower Harbour and the West Cliff by Rod Johnson

 

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Whitby Lower Harbour and the West Cliff

The Lower Harbour in the North Yorkshire fishing port of Whitby. This view across Tate Hill Sands at low water, shows boats alongside the Fish Quay, then behind the quay are numerous buildings on the West Cliff.

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>Beach Chalets, Whitby by Rod Johnson

 

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Beach Chalets, Whitby

A row of brightly coloured beach chalets, below the West Cliff at Whitby, North Yorkshire, England.

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>Disused East Pier Lighthouse, Whitby by Rod Johnson

 

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Disused East Pier Lighthouse, Whitby

The disused East Pier Lighthouse at Whitby, North Yorkshire, England. Located at the seaward end of the East Pier, this lantern on a 55 feet high stone tower was built in 1854. It was eventually superseded by the newer red beacon at the end of the East Pier breakwater, which is also pictured.

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>Whitby Piers from Tate Hill by Rod Johnson

 

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Whitby Piers from Tate Hill

A coastal scene of the twin stone harbour piers at Whitby, North Yorkshire, England. From a vantage point on Tate Hill, this scene shows the West and East Piers, breakwaters, the disused lighthouses and the Lower Harbour entrance.

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>The Majestic East Cliff by Rod Johnson

 

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The Majestic East Cliff

The scene here is the East Cliff at Whitby. Looking across the Lower harbour towards the cottages of Henrietta Street and Church Lane and then standing on top of the cliff is St Mary's Church and behind that is Whitby Abbey.

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>Whitby Whale Bone Arch  by Rod Johnson

 

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Whitby Whale Bone Arch

Pictured here is the Whitby Whale Bone Arch. The view is from the West Cliff looking across the harbour entrance to the East Cliff. High on the hill is St Mary's Church and directly behind it is Whitby Abbey.

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>East Pier Lighthouse, Whitby by Rod Johnson

 

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East Pier Lighthouse, Whitby

This view across the harbour entrance shows the East Pier and Lighthouse, at Whitby in North Yorkshire, England.

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>West Pier and Beacon by Rod Johnson

 

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West Pier and Beacon

This is a view along the end of the West Pier, showing the beacon. The beacon has a fixed green light and also a fog horn which sounds every 30 seconds during fog. The location is Whitby, North Yorkshire, England.

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