Saturday 4 December 2021

Buildings around Cleethorpes area.

 Cleethorpes has a variety of buildings of different ages and styles.  Here are just a few I've recently photographed.

This row of houses with preserved double bay windows is in Bradford Avenue
A Preservation order protects them from any changes.

A street close to the seafront, but away from the crowds, has brightly painted houses.

I've featured "The Fisherman's Arms" before on this blog.

A delivery outside the pub.

This house was a fisherman's cottage in the 19th century and is the oldest dwelling 
in Cleethorpes.

A pair of old Lincolnshire cottages (Built in the "Longhouse Style")
that would once have been out in the countryside.
Now a busy road runs past them.

Olympus EM10 Mk2 + 12-60mm Lumix Lens.


  1. Interesting the contrast between thr first two photos. Good to see the old fisherman's cottage the red colour seems to be receding now. Have a good week.

    1. Thanks Mike, glad you liked them. The red colours of the Fisherman's cottage aren't receding, for many years it had cement rendering and Stucco painted. That has now been stripped of some traces remain. Enjoy this coming week.