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Greatham Creek

By terra  
The small stream meandering to the sea at Greatham Creek at the mouth of the river Tees. The land it cuts through is old salt flats, which was the main industry in this area, initially drying sea water to collect salt but later from an underground seam of salt. Just out of shot, on the left, in front of the white tanks, are the foundations of the factory where the salt was processed, which is the same place where British Sunday lunch staple, Bisto was invented.

Tags: Landscape and travel Greatham Creek

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28 Jan 2021 10:28AM
The light in this makes it look very beautiful. In plain daylight perhaps not quite so? Very attractive image 🙂

Dave 🙂

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