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The pier was an immediate success and attracted over 50,000 visitors in the first 6 months. A steamer landing stage was originally at the head of the pier, and the two structures at the entrance to the pier were kiosks. Photo: Redcar and Cleveland Council Cultural Service
There is also a Wales Coastal Path (870 miles long) which is the first dedicated footpath in the world to cover the entire length of a country's coastline. In addition a Scottish Coastal Path is currently under construction. Photo: Nigel Bourke (Staithes, along the English Coastal Path).
Hunt Cliff was one of a number of signal stations used by the Romans along the Yorkshire coast built to protect against Anglo-Saxon raids. They were constructed around AD 367 and used until AD 390. All traces of the site have now been lost to erosion. Photo: Nigel Bourke
Before this mortuary was built the nearby Ship Inn was used as the local mortuary for those who drowned at sea. The victims who washed up on the beach were stored awaiting post mortem. It is said that a pub, The Nimrod, was once sited here in the 1500s. Photo: East Cleveland Image Archive (c1900)
Cat Nab is a prominent hill on the Saltburn seafront. There was once a Bronze Age burial mound at the summit which has long since been lost. Photo: East Cleveland Image Archive (a postcard c1950)
Originally this building was the Zetland Hotel. The Stockton and Darlington Railway Company built the railway hotel at the Saltburn terminus due to the potential of the site as a holiday resort. It was one of the first hotels in the world with its own railway platform. Photo: Railway Architecture
The stables were the first part of the Zetland Hotel to be constructed. They were also the first to be converted into luxury apartments after the closure of the hotel, shortly afterwards the main building was also converted for residential use. Photo: Railway Architecture (c1970)
The original building was constructed in 1865 and later it was significantly expanded in 1905
The clock was presented to the Rotary Club of Saltburn to commemorate the Golden Jubilee of Rotary International, a global organization whose purpose is to bring together business and professional leaders to provide humanitarian services, advance goodwill and peace around the world.
The former Queen Hotel was constructed using 'Pease' brick. Many buildings of this time bore the name into each hunk of stone after the founding family of Saltburn.
Near this spot stood The 'Halfpenny' Bridge to connect Saltburn and Skelton before its demolition in 1974. Saltburn originally had three bandstands, one at the pier head, one in Hazel Grove, and one in the Valley Gardens. All three are now lost, and this bandstand was opened in 1997.
Saltburn Victorian Week is an event that celebrates the towns heritage. In 2019 the festival marked the 150 anniversary of Saltburn with many volunteers dressing in outfits reflective of the time and hosting events such as a farmers market, printing workshops, and a brass band. Photo: Teesside Live
The anchor in the garden was dredged from the River Tees having been lost on the river bed by shipping. It was installed here in 2007 and the surrounding garden bed was redeveloped with a sea-side theme.
Diatoms are single-celled algae. They generate between 20 to 50% of the oxygen produced on the planet each year, and they constitute nearly half of the organic material found in the oceans.
In the early 1900's the long stretch of hard and flat sand accessible at low-tide on Saltburn beach was a prime spot for motor-racing (100-meter speed sprints). Photo: Redcar and Cleveland Council Cultural Service
Before 1860 the main town of Saltburn didn't exist, only Old Saltburn (near The Ship inn). However, the The discovery of iron ore in the mid 1800's was the catalyst for a dramatic change in the Saltburn area.
Did you know that smuggling was rife along the coastline from Saltburn to Whitby? Its peak was a 150 year stretch beginning from 1700 onwards. During this time England fought numerous expensive wars (particularly against America and France) meaning imports were taxed heavily.
The cage was operated by pouring water into (or draining it out of) a tank which acted as a counterbalance. It was condemned as unsafe and demolished in 1883. Photo credit: Hilton Thompson Collection
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