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Cliff House

By realgraphics
Cliff House, which stands on the cliff tops (more like sand dunes) overlooking the beach, was built in the 19th century as a holiday residence for the Pease family, who were prominent in the north-east business community, at the time, and principal shareholders in the Stockton and Darlington Railway. The railway was extended to Redcar in the 1840s and to Marske and Saltburn in the 1860s.

thank you for stopping by, Paddy.

Tags: Beach Architecture Landscape and travel Marske by the sea

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Comments


Superb image Paddy. This has a real air of drama about it. Great sky!

Jane

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Thank you Jane.
Chinga Plus
6 3 1 United Kingdom
6 Sep 2011 12:30PM
This is the kind of image that inspires one to poetry! Good work. IB
Chinga, It does look like it could be thr cover for some romantic novel or even on biscuit tin, thank you.
6 Sep 2011 2:44PM
Beautifully lit image. Very dramatic.

Jill
Beautiful capture!

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