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Quayside, Whitby

Quayside, Whitby

This Valentine’s postcard view of the fish quay and harbour side at Whitby although¬†post marked 1947, David Richardson advises that it was released in 1934.
Image courtesy of John G. Hannah and thanks to David for that update.

The Way to Church

The Way to Church

The 199 steps shown in a Valentine’s Series postcard view now known to date from 1892s. Obviously a washing day for at least one house!
Image courtesy of John G. Hannah and thanks to David Richardson for the dating update.

West Cliff Promenade, Whitby

A postcard view dating from 1960 and showing the road with remarkably little traffic. Obviously ideal for walking the pram!
Image courtesy of John G. Hannah.

View over Tate Hill Sands, Whitby

View over Tate Hill Sands, Whitby

A Judges’ postcard view of the harbour side from Church Street overlooking Tate Hill sands.
Image courtesy of John G. Hannah

The Spa and Bandstand, Scarborough

The Spa and Bandstand, Scarborough

A postcard view of Scarborough dated 1931, however the colour tinting seems a bit awry!
Image courtesy of John G. Hannah.

The Harbour Staithes

The Harbour Staithes

A Friths postcard view of Staithes, the harbour and Cow Bar.
Image courtesy of John G. Hannah.

Scarborough Castle

Scarborough Castle

A postcard produce and sold by Rowntree’s of Scarborough, with a view of Scarborough Castle.
Image courtesy of Jean Carass.

Robin Hood's Bay

Robin Hood's Bay

A further Judges’ postcard view from Robin Hood’s Bay towards the former Peak Alum Works at Ravenscar.
Image courtesy of John G. Hannah.

Robin Hood's Bay

Robin Hood's Bay

A Judges’ postcard view of Robin Hood’s Bay, we like the cart parked in what is now a parking area behind the present day ‘Candy’s Caf√© & Tearoom’. The view is still the same, magnificent!
Courtesy of John G. Hannah.

Laurel Inn Robin Hood’s Bay

Laurel Inn Robin Hood's Bay

A Judges’ postcard view of the Laurel Inn, is the fisherman returning from the Inn or happily on his way to work his boat?
Image courtesy of John G. Hannah.