Kettleness Point, From Runswick Bay

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Kettleness Point

A spring morning on the Yorkshire Coast a few miles from the fishing port of Whitby. Tucked away between Sandsend and Runswick Bay is the small village of Kettleness with many of the dwellings perched close to the cliff’s with the Cleveland Way trail running past. Kettleness Point is popular with sea anglers but more popular for its position on Yorkshires Jurassic Coast and holds many Ammonites and other fossils. Kettleness was once serviced by the Whitby Redcar and Middlesbrough Union Railway but sadly it closed in 1958 leaving the roads as the only transport links in this part of the North Yorkshire Moors National Park.

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