Mar

16

2013

Accreditation the Redcar and Saltburn-by-the-Sea Gazette 02/06/1871 WHIT MONDAY AT THE SEASIDE       On Monday last (29/05) large numbers of holiday people availed themselves of the numerous cheap trips to Redcar and Saltburn; both places were crowded with pleasure seekers who evidently enjoyed...

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Mar

15

2013

BEACH – A Promenade Pier for Redcar

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Beach

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Accreditation the Middlesbrough 24/08/1870. A PROMENADE PIER FOR REDCAR             On Friday night (21/08) a movement was quietly set on foot at Redcar, which, if energetically carried out, cannot fail to influence the future prosperity of that watering place in a greater degree than any...

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Mar

13

2013

Accreditation the Redcar and Saltburn-by-the-Sea 27/08/1969. DONKEYS ON THE SANDS. To the Editor of the Redcar and Saltburn by-the Sea-Gazette.             Sir, I venture to make an appeal to the public through your journal, on behalf of the poor donkeys which are let out on the Sands. It...

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Sep

4

2011

SEASIDE Bathers Society at Middlesbrough

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Beach

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Accreditation The Redcar & Saltburn-by-the-Sea Gazette 28/05/1881 PROPOSED SEASIDE BATHERS’ SOCIETY AT MIDDLEBROUGH            A Society having for its object bathing at Redcar is being formed at Middlesbrough. In order that its members may procure reasonable railway facilities, a letter...

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Jul

27

2011

BEACH – Submerged Forrest at Redcar

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Beach

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Accreditation the Redcar and Saltburn News 21/02/1873. SUBMERGED FOREST – REDCAR A unique part of the forest in the sand, more of which can be seen at very low waterAccreditation Photo F. Brunskill      In the autumn of 1871 a correspondent called attention to the remains of a submerged forest...

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Jul

27

2011

INCIDENT – Coatham Narrow Escape From Drowning, West Scar Rocks.

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Beach

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Accreditation Redcar and Saltburn News 05/09/1873 NARROW ESCAPE FROM DROWNING      A very exciting and gallant rescue from drowning was witnessed last Sunday morning from the beach. It appears that two persons, a man, and a boy about ten years of age, named Thomas Pearce, the son of a jet ornament...

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Jun

11

2010

INCIDENT – Whale on Beach – The man who buried it

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Beach

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Accreditation Cleveland Standard 07/11/1936 That Whale Again By The Man Who Buried It    Following the publication in “The Town’s Newspaper” last week readers stories of the whale which was washed ashore at Redcar in 1912, we have now received an account of the incident from The...

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Feb

5

2010

BEACH – Sunshine Corner

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Beach

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Sunshine Corner oh its jolly fine It’s for children under ninety nine All are welcome seats are given free Redcar Sunshine Corner is the place for me    How many times have local people sung that, and thought where does that come from? Sunshine Corner was a place on Redcar Beach from 1900 through...

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Feb

5

2010

SEA Coaling

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Beach

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A tide with numerous amounts of sea coal, always a ready winter fuel for residents during the cold winter months. A popular ‘occupation’ in its day, and many a man, woman, and child could be seen as the tide went out begin to collect the sea coal from the beach. Free to anyone who collected...

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Feb

5

2010

BEACH – Forest under the Sea

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Beach

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The Forest Under The Sea           The first written account of the submerged forest at Redcar was after it was revealed in 1871. It was recorded in 1871 that antler of red deer and the tusks of wild boar were found, and were very well preserved.           The forest which had been...

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