Roker Beach


At the north end of Roker Berch is a headland and Parson's Rocks; beyond this headland is Seaburn beach in Whitburn Bay. Also, Roker Cliff Park is located on the cliffs at the north end of Roker beach. 

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Roker beach c.1900

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Roker Sands c.1900

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Roker Sands c.1900

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74 - Holey Rock Postcard

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106 - Cat and Dog steps

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Holey Rocks with Entertainment c.1900

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Roker Sands c.1900

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Roker Beach

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Roker Beach Looking Towards The Piers

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North end of Roker beach

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Sunderland Airshow 2014 by West8 Promotions

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Roker Beach

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roker pier

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Roker Pier and Lighthouse
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Roker Pier and Lighthouse
- The foundation stone for the New North Pier (Roker Pier) at Sunderland was laid on 14 September 1885. With growing use of the port at Sunderland the piers were built ...
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Arch to Roker Park

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Holey Rock
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Holey Rock
- Holey Rock was located next to Roker Beach, it got its name because it was riddled with holes and caverns. In the past it was customary to keep pieces of ...
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Roker Beach (3)

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