The Pier, Whitby Harbour North Yorkshire
Sheltering the only natural harbour between the Humber and the Tees, the twin piers of Whitby’s once important seaport reflect the shape of the jaws of the whales once landed here by a fleet of fifty five sailing ships. Nearby, the statue of Captain James Cook looks out over the sea, where he gained his sea legs while shipping coal, and over the boatyard where his famous ship, Discovery, was built. On the clifftop across the harbour the dramatic Abbey of St.Hilda was founded in 657AD by Oswy, King of Northumbria.
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