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Photo and Art
Author: Alan Whitworth
ISBN: 1445605937
Subcategory: Photography & Video
Pages 96 pages
Publisher Amberley Publishing; UK ed. edition (April 15, 2012)
Language English
Category: Photo and Art
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Runswick Bay. Runswick Bay village. Runswick Bay. Location within North Yorkshire. a b Whitworth, Alan (2011).

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However it has suffered the ravages of time and weather. In 1682 a landslide destroyed the entire settlement with the exception of one cottage

Runswick Bay & Staithes Through Time Paperback. the local Fisherfolk of Staithes at that time.

Runswick Bay & Staithes Through Time Paperback. Staithes, Runswick and Robin Hood's Bay through the Magic Lantern Paperback. The Diary is extremely well written and one can only imagine how well presented the original manuscript must be. The published book would suit very well to be added to the Schools Book List for English Literature as it is historical of how life was like in 1901 - alongside Jane Austen BUT IT'S REAL NOT FICTION!

a b Whitworth, Alan (2011). Artists' colonies in staithes and runswick bay . 880-1914 (PDF). University of Leicester. Retrieved 23 October 2018. Slater, Robert (2010). Local Area Report – Hinderwell Parish (1170217346)". Office for National Statistics. Retrieved 11 February 2019.

Runswick Bay has been inhabited since before Roman times, as burial mounds found on the moors behind the village suggest. This delightful hideaway, with its steep track down into the bay, is a picture postcard example of the East Coast delights, its sheltered anchorage offering an ideal spot for fishermen, whalers and smugglers. However it has suffered the ravages of time and weather. In 1682 a landslide destroyed the entire settlement with the exception of one cottage. Fortunately no-one was hurt because two mourners attending a wake realised what was happening and evacuated the village. A new community was built on the cliff side but its precarious position made it vulnerable to the forces of nature. The completion of the sea wall in 1970 has hopefully secured the future of Runswick once and for all.