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Old Saltburn


Before it's development as a resort in the 19th century, Saltburn was a small fishing hamlet, located below the cliffs to the south of the town. The area is now referred to as 'Old Saltburn'. Some of the old fishermen's cottages have now been subsumed into The Ship Inn. There is also a former Mortuary here, illustrative of the perilous life of fishermen. The Cleveland Way passes through Old Saltburn and the National Trust manage the Old Saltburn to Warsett Hill walking route.

Saltburn-by-the-Sea Former Mortuary, Old Saltburn The Ship Inn, Old Saltburn
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Old Saltburn

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Saltburn Sands and "The Ship Inn"

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An old workhorse

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Saltburn Sands

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Old Saltburn to Warsett Hill walk
- "..Starting in the Victorian seaside town of Saltburn-by-the-Sea, this walk has many interesting features. Though the area may seem like a natural landscape when enjoying the coastal wildlife, man has ...

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Rediscovering Saltburn's history
- BBC, 2009. "In a series of radio programmes, BBC Tees' Diane Youdale was joined by established history and heritage author Paul Menzies, as she tried to rediscover Teesside and County ...

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