Just one of the local areas worth a ride out to see when you are visiting Bridlington.
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45 Miles from Bridlington
Spurn Point or Spurn Head is a very unique place in the British Islands.
Three and a half miles long and only fifty metres wide in places. Extending out in to the Humber Estuary from the Yorkshire coast it has always had a big effect to the navigation of all vessels over the years.
Spurn is made up of a series of sand and shingle banks held together with mainly Marram grass and Seabuckthorn. There are a series of sea defence works built by the Victorians and maintained by the Ministry of Defence, till they sold Spurn to the Yorkshire Wildlife Trust in the 1950s.
One of the most striking features of Spurn is the black and white lighthouse near to the end of Spurn. Now just an empty shell not used since it was closed down at dawn on the 31st of October 1986.
A bird observatory was formed at Spurn Point in 1946 and it is still in existence today.
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