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High Tide at Selsey November 2005

Selsey

a Seaside Town in the county of West Sussex

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A picture of Spurn Point, a Nature Reserve in the town of Kilnsea, in the county of East Riding of Yorkshire
Spurn Point Beach & Lighthouse on the Yorkshire Coast
Spurn Point Beach & Lighthouse on the Yorkshire Coast - by Alan Whitehead ©
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Photographer: © Alan Whitehead (Gallery)Premier Member! Click for more info..(3rd December 2020)
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Spurn Point Beach & Lighthouse on the Yorkshire Coast

Spurn Point is the end of a sand spit that sticks out into the North Sea over 3 miles, taking it about half way across the Humber Estuary, from the East Yorkshire coast, The sand spit is typically about 50 yards wide and, at its end is a lifeboat station, but the lighthouse is no longer functional.
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