Thats the name of a famous pub in London’s dockland. It was built from the timbers of the good ship ‘Prospect’ of Whitby.
This week I delivered copies of ‘Tom Fleck’ to the Whitby bookshop – then took some pictures by the river Esk.
It was low water (or 'lar watter')
Cobles of various sorts - the design descends from Viking times.
Then I went four miles north to Sandsend - Here is Sandsend Nab.
I always look at where the beck flows into the sea. They can chuck my ashes into this.
Ironstone boulders at extreme low water.