A few from a wander this morning as the first light of day breaks over Robin Hood’s Bay in North Yorkshire.
Robin Hood’s Bay is a small fishing village located within the North York Moors National Park and five miles south of Whitby. The village, which consists of a maze of tiny streets, had a tradition of smuggling, and there is reputed to be a network of subterranean passageways linking the houses. As the traditional fishing industry in the town began to decline most of the income now comes from tourism and it was recently named as one of the best in the world and is popular for fossil hunting.
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