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fist time we have been to nose' s point, certainly won't be the last. we walked quite away along the pathways, which are well maintained, with seating along part of the walk. two car parks, one had an ice cream which seemed popular. free parking....More
East Durham Coast is really beautiful, and walkways have been built so that you can choose how far you want to walk up to around 30 miles I think. And of course it joins up with national cycleways (including one of the Coast to Coast...More
The coastline is beautiful but rugged.
I’m lucky that work brings me to Seaham every now and then and I get the chance to spend a bit of time on the beautiful but rugged East Durham coast. The council have been working hard to improve...More
This part of the coast has been cleared of all signs of the colliery waste dumped on it`s beaches for years. It has become a wild life haven, planted with native plants, some rare. The footpaths are easy to use either on foot, cycle or...More
Hard to believe that men worked under the sea for coal. But they did.
Hard to believe that blast furnaces existed on coastal beauty spots where birds had bred for centuries, but they did.
Hard to believe that these industries chucked their toxic wastes over...More
Hard to find can be hard to park and get access to this rocky coast. Be ready for the winds!! We saw no facilities nor places to stop for a quick bite. Way too much trash and spray paint and the like vandalism
It's hard to imagine what Durham's coast used to be like when it was polluted with the spoils of mining and the beaches were black with waste wantonly dumped on them. The hard work of Durham County Council, its partners and the power of nature...More