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Another shot from my Runswick Bay Series. There is more information in my first post from here This is the old coastguard's cottage perched precariously at the end of the cliff. In the past the coastguard would have been kept busy dealing with smugglers. It has a thatched roof, which is not so common in this area. Nowadays the house is a "grace-and-favour" cottage owned by the Marquis of Normanby. You can also see parts of the seawall which is hoped will keep these houses safe from landslip.
I have a slightly different view which I will post to Ws; I couldn't decide on which one to post.
Without clambering on the dangerous rocks. it is not possible to get a close up.

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