Cattersty Sands

A sight familiar to walkers on the Cleveland Way which uses the sand for a short while before climbing Cattersty Cliff on its way to Saltburn. I managed to grab this photo before the winter rain set in. Bounded by Jackdaw Crag at its far end and the old jetty and slag cliffs created in the late 19th-century by the Skinningrove Iron Company, Cattersty Sands is a quiet gem on the Yorkshire Coast, clean, unspoilt and only visited by locals. Perhaps it is its access through the industries of Skinningrove that has given it some protection from development.
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