We love the north east of the country, having visited the area a good few times, for holidays and following Southport F C.

Lots of pics to up load…

A visit to the coast at Easington Colliery on 27th April 2024

Fox Holes Easington Beach

Looking down from the Coastal Path along the north east coast of England between Sunderland and Hartlepool to the rugged coast line of Easington Beach.  

This view is from the Coastal Path on a bright spring Saturday.

Saturday the 27th April 2024

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Family on Fox Holes Easington Beach

On the north east coast of England between Sunderland and Hartlepool a family are dwarfed along the rugged coast line of Easington Beach.  

This view is from the Coastal Path on a bright spring Saturday.

Saturday the 27th April 2024

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Two walkers Fox Holes Easington Beach
On the north east coast of England between Sunderland and Hartlepool two walkers are dwarfed along the rugged coast line of Easington Beach.  
This view is from the Coastal Path on a bright spring Saturday.
Saturday the 27th April 2024
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Six folks at Fox Holes Easington Beach 

Six people are enjoying the rocky shore line on the rugged North East coast that includes the fox holes area of Easington Beach.  

This view is from the Coastal Path on a bright spring Saturday.

Saturday the 27th April 2024

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Available to licence from Alamy Ref 2X5HEJB

Fox Holes Easington Beach
On the north east coast of England between Sunderland and Hartlepool is a rugged coast line that includes the fox holes area of Easington Beach. 
This view is from the Coastal Path on a bright spring Saturday.
Saturday the 27th April 2024
Image Cw 8684 copyright Colin Wareing of Colin and Carole’s Creations
Available to licence from Alamy ref 2X5HEJ7

Fox Holes Easington Beach
On the north east coast of England between Sunderland and Hartlepool is a rugged coast line that includes the fox holes area of Easington Beach.
This view is from the Coastal Path on a bright spring Saturday.
Saturday the 27th April 2024
Image Cw 8684 copyright Colin Wareing of Colin and Carole’s Creations
Available to licence from Alamy ref 2X5HEJ7

Seaburn for the weekend of 20th and 21st April to go to South Shields FC for the last game of the 2023 -24 season, which Southport FC lost 3-0, but it didn’t really matter, we where safe from relegation.

Surfer and dogs and walkers Seaburn beach B and W

On a spring morning a surfer walks up the beach at the seaside resort of Seaburn as dogs and their owners have a run and stroll along the tide line.

Sunday the 21st April 2024

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Surfer and dog on Seaburn beach

On a spring morning a surfer walks up the beach at the seaside resort of Seaburn un-bothered by a dog who doesn’t seem interested in him.

Sunday the 21st April 2024

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Pony Trotting in Seaburn 2

On a spring Sunday afternoon a procession of ponies with trotting carts came along the seafront road at the seaside resort of Seaburn.   

Here two trotting carts thread through the traffic past a sea front bar.  

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Pony Trotting in Seaburn 1
On a spring Sunday afternoon a procession of ponies with trotting carts came along the seafront road at the seaside resort of Seaburn
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But let’s start with a bit of industrial remains from our recent trip to Morpeth where Southport got beat 3-0 in the 2nd qualifying round of the F A Cup in September 2023.

Just outside Morpeth is the small village of Tranwell where there was a short lived RAF air feild in the 2nd World War. Apparently some of the concrete runways are still there and there is a old metal water tower…

Tranwell Water tower
An old metal water tower stands high above the Northumbrian countryside in the village of Tranwell near Morpeth. It is believed that this now disused water tower was part of a short-lived RAF airfield that was here from 1941 to 1948. Colin Wareing 17.9.2023
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Tranwell Water tower tanks
The tanks of an old metal water tower stand high above the Northumbrian countryside in the village of Tranwell near Morpeth. It is believed that this now disused water tower was part of a short-lived RAF airfield that was here from 1941 to 1948. Colin Wareing 17.9.2023
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Tranwell Water tower from below.
An old metal water tower stands high above the Northumbrian countryside in the village of Tranwell near Morpeth. The two tanks are held high in the sky on riveted steel girders, while metal ladders provide the access. It is believed that this now disused water tower was part of a short-lived RAF airfield that was here from 1941 to 1948.
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Passing Tranwell water tower
A car rounds the bend and passes the old metal water tower standing high above the Northumbrian countryside in the village of Tranwell near Morpeth. The two tanks are held high in the sky on riveted steel girders, while metal ladders provide the access. It is believed that this now disused water tower was part of a short-lived RAF airfield that was here from 1941 to 1948. Colin Wareing 17.9.2023
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Tranwell Water tower through the trees.
The tanks of an old metal water tower stand high above trees in the Northumbrian countryside in the village of Tranwell near Morpeth. It is believed that this now disused water tower was part of a short-lived RAF airfield that was here from 1941 to 1948. Colin Wareing 17.9.2023
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