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Redcar, TS10 3AX
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The Coast Road from Redcar to Marske (The Stray) was built in 1923 and Zetland Park was designed and created the following year. Photo credit: LNER poster by Frank Henry Mason, 1941
Rex Hunt, one of Redcar’s most famous sons, served as a British Diplomat in many countries across the globe prior to being Governor of the Falklands
Opposite the park, the beach has many wooden barriers, these are called groynes. They are erected where waves hit beaches at an angle to prevent the sand drifting. This also creates a wider beach.
There has been a lifeboat at Teesmouth since 1829, but a new lifeboat and location was established in 1911 finally closing in 2006 as there was also an all-weather lifeboat just 4 miles away in Hartlepool.
Did you know that Redcar once had two piers? This was the site of Redcar Pier, the second pier (Coatham Pier) was located further along the esplanade.
The Lifeboat, built in 1802, and purchased by the people of Redcar was named after the Marquess of Zetland, the local Lord of the Manor.
To prevent overloading, a reference line is painted on the hull of ships to show the maximum depth a floating vessel can be safely immersed in water. This is known as the Plimsoll line.
Hickory, dickory dock, The sand got in the clock. Constructed as a memorial to King Edward V11 in 1913, it had a ‘spring clean’ 20 years later as sand was affecting its time keeping. Photo credit: This Is Redcar (c1911).
Construction started on the ‘Vertical Pier’ (Beacon) in 2011, and in 2013 it was nominated for the Building Design Carbuncle Award for the worst new building and coming 3rd in the whole of the UK.
Coatham Pier once stood near here. In 1874 two ships, the Griffin and the Corymbus crashed into the pier during gales, leaving the pier in three pieces. Photo credits: John Dinsdale, Illustrated London News / British Newspaper Archive
The Coatham Enclosure including the boating lake was built in 1930, historically it has included a sea water swimming bath, an open-air swimming pool and an 18-hole putting green
Did you know that in 2008 a crowd gathered to hear the first musical performance in the bandstand for almost 40 years.
In 2018 and again in 2021 severe weather blew the sand away and uncovered a submerged forest believed to be thousands of years old.
In 1898 the Birger, after a 50-mile battle to control the ship in monstrous seas, smashed onto the Saltscar rocks killing 13 of the 15-man crew.
There were many shipwrecks on the east coast but the Birger stands out because it caused the death of a pier making a 60-yard hole in the middle, which weakened the pier beyond repair.
The British Legion was founded in 1921 and is most well known for its Annual Poppy Appeal, (raising money to support Armed Forces personnel and their families). The Redcar Branch meets weekly partaking in social, fundraising and welfare activities.
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