|I went to Crimdon today.|
Above is My Dad and his Big Sister on a day out at Crimdon back in the 1930's. Crimdon is just North of Hartlepool.
|My Great grandad William Grainger SGM a sea hero. When they built the coast road near Hartlepool, he worked as a watchman there.|
He would walk to work near Crimdon from his Hartlepool Headland along the beach.
|It was a lovely day...|
|Large driftwood pieces on the shoreline.|
|Many mounds, Cliffs and Caves along this walk today.|
|A bit of a waterfall too as the land above the beach drained.|
|Some of the stairs have been closed off for safety reasons.|
|There are couple of what I would call pinch points where the tide could catch you out on the way back , so take care.|
|This beach section had lots of gold or rusty coloured stones edging the sand of the beach.|
|The dogs have a rest on the way back to Crimdon.|
|#2minutebeachclean from today's walk.|
|Finds from today; some of the sea glass was very rounded like Seaham sea glass.|