Continuing my archive pictures along the Yorkshire Coast this is North Landing on Flamborough Head.
Flamborough Head is a promontory on the Yorkshire coast stretching for 8 miles from Bridlington to Filey.
There used to be two Lifeboat Stations, one to the south & another to the north of Flamborough Head. The one at North Landing still exists but is no longer operational, just open for the public to visit.
(The photographs are shown in no particular order, but just as I took them on the day.)
North Landing is a cove between cliff headlands to the north of Flamborough Head. A popular place for visitors, photographers and artists.
The few boats here are used to take visitors out along the coast and on to view Bempton Cliffs, a major bird colony.
The small gable fronted building at the top of the slope is the old RNLI Lifeboat Station.
These two boats are traditional "Yorkshire Cobbles". Used for years along this coast for inshore fishing in the North Sea.
There are lots of old chains in the grass, once used to secure the boats on the upper slopes here.
North Landing on the Yorkshire coast.
Canon 300D + 18-125mm Sigma lens.