I took these photo's back in August on my Panasonic compact camera. I walked around some lesser known areas of the town before going onto the seafront.
Café at the bottom of Seaview Street. It welcomes dogs, as does a few cafe's and eating places these days. Many years ago it was a local dairy and retains this mosaic in the entrance doorstep. Cuttleby, a walkway between two roads with a couple of houses. I spotted this display in the porchway. This sign made me laugh too.
|St. Peter's Church where we got married and where my wife's funeral took place in July.|
|On the wall of the house next to the church.|
|It depicts "Dudley", a donkey once owned by Gladys Nuttall. |
A well known Cleethorpes lady who kept donkeys on the beach.
|This old Austen is regularly seen around the area.|
|Local butchers shop in St. Peter's Avenue.|
|Above the shop front is an old delivery bike.|
|Modern versions of Victorian street lamps.|
|This fish & chip café is considered by some as the best in Cleethorpes.|
|But then again, many folk say this one is the best.|
|Looking down toward the seafront.|
|Lots for our visitors to buy at this shop.|
|Of course, I was attracted to these delightful dogs.|
|A ferry heading past the pier on it's way to either Grimsby or Immingham dock.|
|Crazy Golf, always popular.|
|One of the signs in the Crazy Golf, fashioned in the style|
of Donald McGill, who used to design saucy seaside postcards.
|The old Baptist Church. During WW1 it was bombed and some soldiers billeted in|
it were killed.
|"The Point", apartment block on the highest point along the seafront.|
|Strange name for a shop I thought.|
|Folk enjoying some outside hospitality at the top of Seaview Street.|
Panasonic TZ100 compact.