Redcar Pier And Beach Sunset
The town of Redcar began as a small fishing village on the Yorkshire Coast which developed into a coastal resort. In the nineteenth century with the advent of the railways. Redcar still attracts day trippers to the seaside and also horse racing enthusiasts to the town’s race course. Redcar is also the home of the world’s oldest surviving lifeboat. The Zetland, which was built in South Shields. It was bought by local fishermen in 1802 and named after the local lord of the manor. In the summer of 2006 parts of the sea front were altered to recreate Dunkirk to shoot scenes for the film Atonement.