Nose's Point and Blast Beach, Dawdon


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Cliffs overlooking Dawdon Blast Beach

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Dawdon Blast Beach

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The Blast Beach viewed from Nose's Point

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Hawthorn Hive

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Pond next to path to the Blast Beach, County Durham Coast

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Sea Stack, Blast Beach, Dawdon

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North end of Blast Beach

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World War 2 pllbox on Blast Beach

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Steps to the Beach

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Blast Beach

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Blast Beach

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Limestone stack, Blast Beach

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Dawdon Blast Beach from the north

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Pond at Frenchman's Cove, Blast Beach

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'Sky-field' artwork at Nose's Point

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Seats at Noses's Point

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Dawdon's Fossil Tree

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Dry Stone wall Nose's Point, Dawdon

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The coastal footpath south of Dawdon

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Dawdon Colliery (1907-1991)
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Dawdon Colliery (1907-1991)
- Dawdon Colliery was sunk in 1907 by the Sixth Marquess of Londonderry, when the workings at his Seaham Colliery became increasingly costly to work from the old shafts, as the ...
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Dawdon Nose's Point

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Pool stained with iron, Blast Beach

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Blast Beach

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