Whitby in old picture postcards

Whitby in old picture postcards

Auteur
:   Alan Pickup
Gemeente
:  
Provincie
:   Yorkshire, North
Land
:   United Kingdom
ISBN13
:   978-90-288-2437-9
Pagina's
:   80
Prijs
:   EUR 16.95 Incl BTW *

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59. The Old Market Place, Whitby, as it looked in 1904. Much of this property has been pulled down in re1atively recent years for road improvements. It is interesting to see that there was a commission agent Alfred J efferson operating,

60. A fishing-boat with its tall masts just sailing out of the harbour making for the fishing grounds. Many of these boats were family owned going back two and three generations.

61. It is hard to irnagine that a bridge of this size and construction at East Row Sandsend could be destroyed by floods.

62. These two portable riggs were constructed for the building of the pier extensions at Whitby and were known locally as Whitby's 'Walking' men.

63. One of the portable riggs at Whitby ab out to go crashing into the sea. This happened on April8th, 1912.

64. Flooding in the centre of Whitby during the 1930's outside the Station Hotel and Empire Theatre.

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65. The lighthouse, known as The Highlights, at Whitby before 1907.

66. One of the typical old Whitby fishing families where the women baited the lines for their husbands. They are wearing the shawls, head scarfs and long aprons and have their children with them. As the card had an Edward VII stamp on, it is from between the period 1901 and 1910.

67. This two masted schoon er, taken in Whitby harbour by the local photographer J.T. Ross, is the Margaret Nixon. The building on the right was Clarkson's Furnishing and General Warehouse.

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68. The coastguard station and sands, complete with donkeys, as it was in 1905.

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