7. Staithes and Cowbar Nab
Scenes of Whitby and surrounding area
Down into the fishing village of Staithes
Our Lady Star of the Sea - an appropriate welcome from the fishing folk of Staithes and its North Sea traditions on the front of the Catholic Church at the top of Staithes.
Our Lady Star of the Sea Catholic Church, Staithes.
The road down into Staithes.
A classic view! - Looking down from the little village of Cowbar in Cleveland onto Staithes in North Yorkshire.
Buildings on the main street heading down to the harbour.
The ex Primitive Methodist Chapel of 1880 is now the Captain Cook and Staithes Heritage Centre.
Moored fishing cobbles-boats where the river runs into the harbour.
The harbour and cliffs at Staithes
The High Street in the fishing and popular tourist village of Staithes, decked out in flags for the annual regatta.
The main street runs down to the harbour.
Staithes Harbour and the north-east cliff head.
Looking across to Cowbar Nab from Staithes harbour.
Moored fishing cobbles-boats in the harbour.
The north-east cliff head and the massive breakwater of huge boulders.
The weathered and sea battered sedimentary rock layers of the north east cliff head.
A picture of erosion! The weather beaten rocks on the south facing cliff of Cowbar Nab.
Looking down on Staithes from the North Yorkshire side of the Cleveland Way long distance footpath which passes through Staithes.
Staithes Harbour viewed from Cowbar Nab.
The fishing boats and fishing cobbles in Staithes harbour.
The fishing village and harbour of Staithes - view from Cowbar Nab.
The fishing village of Staithes nestling down below the cliffs.
Cowbar Nab is a protected area because of its flora and fauna.
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