EAW006042 ENGLAND (1947). Marsden Bay, Marsden, 1947

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Title [EAW006042] Marsden Bay, Marsden, 1947
Reference EAW006042
Date 21-May-1947
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Place name MARSDEN
Parish
District
Country ENGLAND
Easting / Northing 440131, 564877
Longitude / Latitude -1.3729413521098, 54.97680885636
National Grid Reference NZ401649

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Coastguard's Station, Marsden

Adam
Tuesday 17th of April 2018 09:36:08 PM

Arthur Fisher
Thursday 20th of October 2016 07:44:21 PM

Arthur Fisher
Thursday 20th of October 2016 07:42:55 PM

ww
Monday 31st of March 2014 10:43:47 PM
The Coast Rd leading to South Shields

N Dunn
Saturday 7th of December 2013 03:03:30 PM

N Dunn
Saturday 7th of December 2013 03:02:30 PM
Prince Edward Rd

N Dunn
Saturday 7th of December 2013 03:01:57 PM
'Camel's Island'

ww
Thursday 7th of November 2013 11:04:37 AM
Chain Home Low Radar Station M39/K39

cptpies
Thursday 26th of September 2013 03:41:51 PM
The Marsden Inn at the top of the bank from the coast road

N Dunn
Saturday 14th of September 2013 02:48:40 PM
A view of Marsden Grotto from the beach. The photo came from my free www.oldtyneside.co.uk website which contains around 5000 local images

N Dunn
Sunday 8th of September 2013 12:11:14 PM
A view from here showing the Terminus for the blue Trolley Buses at Marsden

N Dunn
Sunday 8th of September 2013 12:08:04 PM
This is a photo of Marsden Rock from my www.oldtyneside.co.uk website

N Dunn
Sunday 8th of September 2013 12:04:38 PM
A trolley bus turning circle for trolley buses from South Shields. See EAW002147 for a similar set up at the end of a Sunderland tram route. The gap between the two routes must have been a couple of miles and the pit village in between was not big enough to be serve by either route.

Maurice
Thursday 29th of August 2013 08:44:37 AM
Fine example of marine stack complete with arch.... good stuff for teaching coastal erosion!

Maurice
Wednesday 28th of August 2013 04:49:53 PM
Unfortunately the coastal erosion won and the arch collapsed and had to be blown up by the army because the remains were deemed unsafe.

They made a good job of it, destroying most of the rock!

John Wass
Tuesday 24th of March 2015 09:18:08 PM
Railway to pit in EAW006043

Maurice
Wednesday 28th of August 2013 04:48:18 PM
A lift to the beach?

Maurice
Wednesday 28th of August 2013 04:43:23 PM
Yes indeed, you can descend for free but pay to ascend!

John Wass
Thursday 5th of March 2015 03:53:17 PM
Provides access to the Marsden Grotto Public House, an ancient hostelry formed from a cave blasted into the limestone rocks.

Arthur Fisher
Thursday 20th of October 2016 07:47:08 PM

User Comment Contributions

Is this the famous Marsden Grotto?

Class31
Wednesday 28th of August 2013 04:54:02 PM