The Notice Board

L.S. Lowry

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"The Notice Board"
Signed, Limited edition print of 500
Published by the Adam collection in 1975 for the Manchester club
Collection of the Manchester club
Copyright in all countries inc. USA.
Printed by Chorley and Pickersgill
Painted in 1971
Image size 19.75"x 15.75"

The coastline of North East England is among the country's most rugged and charming. Major port cities such as Grimsby, Hull and Newcastle are interspersed with rocky cliffs, windswept beaches, quaint fishing villages and bustling, family-friendly resort towns.
Hull's maritime heritage dates back to Roman times and continues to evolve, with a fishing fleet, ferries, oil tankers and cargo ships docking regularly.
A recently redeveloped marina and a stunning millenium building telling the story of the world's oceans, with the deepest acquarium tank in Europe, are both helping to put Hull on the tourist map.
The three mile stretch of sand and shingle, known as Spurn Head, that leads to the mouth of the Humber estuary, is an important resting place for migratory birds.
Hornsea and Withernsea are good shingle beaches north of Hull, with Withernsea stretching all the way to Bridlington, twenty miles further north.
Just north of Bridlington is the spectacular Flamborough Head, a chalk headland that sticks out in proud contrast to the rugged shale cliffs either side.
The attractive resort towns of Scarborough and Whitby are both located within a designated heritage coast area, with Scarborough claiming to being the first seaside resort in Britain,
with a history of sea-bathing that dates back to 1660.
Just south of Whitby, Robin Hood's Bay is a famously picturesque village where steep cobbled streets lead down to a large rocky beach with excellent rock pooling.
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