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Bridlington Photographs

A selection of photographs from in and around Bridlington.

  • Dads Army Filming in Bridlington on Bridlington.net

    Dads Army Filming in Bridlington

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    October 2014 saw areas of Bridlington turned into Walmington-On-Sea for the filming of the Dads Army Film. We have a selection of photographs donated by residents and visitors to Bridlington who managed to capture some of the filming in the various locations. See how many of the actors you can


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  • Sewerby Hall & Gardens on Bridlington.net

    Sewerby Hall & Gardens

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    Images from Sewerby Hall and Gardens, a great family day out visiting the Hall, Gardens, and Mini Zoo. Lots to do in a beautiful setting.


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  • Bridlington Priory on Bridlington.net

    Bridlington Priory

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    Well worth a visit during any trip to Bridlington, Bridlington Priory is located near the Old Town area of Bridlington. The Priory was founded around 1113 by Walter de Gant, for Augustinian Canons Regular, one of the earliest Augustinian houses in England, with an adjoining convent. Its foundation was confirmed in


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  • Harbour at Night on Bridlington.net

    Harbour at Night

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    It is easy to assume that the harbour closes down once the sun has set, many people forget that Bridlington harbour is a working harbour and is governed by the tides, as such Bridlington harbour is a 24 hours a day 7 days a week operation.

    We would like to


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  • Flamborough on Bridlington.net

    Flamborough

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    The massive peninsula of Flamborough is situated on the East coast of Yorkshire, England, and is approximately 5 miles from Bridlington. The peninsula forms one of the most impressive landscapes of this stretch of coastline. The headland extends into the wild North Sea by approximately 6 miles.

    Flamborough has much


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  • Bridlington Old Town on Bridlington.net

    Bridlington Old Town

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    Without doubt many thousands of visitors to Bridlington fail to enjoy the full experience that Bridlington has to offer due to their not being aware of Bridlingtons Old Town.

    Tucked away close to the historic Priory and Bayle museum Bridlington Old Town which recently featured in BBC2's Antiques Road Trip


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  • South Promenade on Bridlington.net

    South Promenade

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    The South Beach is very popular, with its firm sands curving into the far distance backed by low, easily eroded cliffs and sand dunes. You will usually find the crowds near the Spa and Princess Mary Promenade. Further on you will discover some peace and you can walk all the


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  • North Promenade on Bridlington.net

    North Promenade

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    The Award winning beach forms part of a 2 miles stretch of beach from the North Harbour Wall up to Limekiln Lane, but the fun doesn't stop there just keep on walking to the wonderful Sewerby Hall and Gardens where there are plenty of photo opportunities to enjoy.


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  • Harbour on Bridlington.net

    Harbour

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    The area in which the Harbour is located is called Bridlington Quay, the Harbour was established where a small stream known as the Gypsey Race runs into the sea. Bridlington Harbour is a great attraction for all ages and provides lots of photographic opportunities making it a favourite area for


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