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But for a graphic, almost spiritual, picture of how the sea and land has really moved over the years, pause on the single-track road to Spurn Point itself.
At least eight were logged at Spurn Point in Yorkshire.
Over the next century more than 200 homes are predicted to disappear over the cliff edges between Flamborough Head, near Bridlington, and Spurn Point, 45 miles further south.
Arachai Haorang, 13, sister Blousy, nine, and cousin Connor Clark, 10, were told by their parents to leave it behind at Spurn Point, East Yorks.
TOMORROW and Sunday sees the 14th British Open Beach Championships fished between Bridlington (Sewerby Steps North Beach) and Spurn Point, (Pilot Jetty), with pounds 25,000 up for grabs.
Any person aged 65 and over who lives within the Linthwaite boundary - Bath Hotel to Spurn Point and Blackmoorfoot to the 'old' borough boundary - is eligible to attend.
The first weekend in March brings the 14th British Open Beach Championships fished between Bridlington (Sewerby Steps North Beach), and Spurn Point (Pilot Jetty).
The tram, pictured above, is indeed the Marsden to Huddersfield tram, but, as Mrs Booth, 79, points out, it was stopped at the tram terminus in Peel Street, close to Marsden Park and not at Spurn Point, Linthwaite as stated.
It was lying in undergrowth 50 yards from the sea at Spurn Point.
EYE-CATCHING: A Marsden tram on its way to Huddersfield via the Manchester Road passes Spurn Point, Linthwaite.
The tide demands such respect that Humberside is the only place in the country with a full-time lifeboat crew at Spurn Point.
I think the picture was taken from Spurn Point on Manchester Road near where Wimpenny's yard used to be," said Keith.