3. Bridlington Beach - North Marine Promenade and the Harbour
Bridlington beaches are a good place for bird watching in the winter (December 2009) with lots of passing migrating birds as well as the 'locals'. Dunlins, oystercatchers, redshanks etc.
Bridlington Beaches: We parked at the norther end of the North Marine Promenade, where to your left across the bay the 'white' cliffs stretch out for miles of chalk cliffs towards Flamborough Head.
Bridlington Beaches: Concrete sculptures of the seaside circus and Punch and Judy shows.
Bridlington Beaches: Looking north along the beach of the North Marine Promenade. You can continue walking along Victoria Terrace and Beaconsfield Promenade to reach the harbour.
This old cannon, perched on the harbour walls, was excavated from the North Pier in 1977.
Bridlington harbour entrance.
Bridlington harbour, one of the major developments of the 19th century, a few small fishing boats but more yachts these days.
Bridlington Beaches: The lines of wooden posts of the groynes holding the sand of the beach in place.
Bridlington Beaches: The weathered walls of the seafront near the harbour.
Bridlington Beaches: Back to the north end of the North Marine Promenade car park - good spot for a picnic.
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