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Blyth South Beach and Harbour in February.
These photos are from Blyth South Beach, Pier and Harbour on a warm February day with exeptionally clear blue skies that was more like late spring than the middle of winter.
Blyth South Beach with St. Mary's Island in the distance.
World War 2 Gun Emplacements.
View from the beach to the promenade.
South Beach at low tide.
View to the storm water outlet pipe and the new Coastguard building.
View to the north end of the promenade.
Warehouses at the South Harbour.
A view of both piers and the lighthouse.
View over the harbour wall - a ships bridge is visible as it is being loaded.
Beach between the piers.
The harbour end of the west pier.
Yachts in the marina - behind is a cargo ship being loaded.
Blyth South Harbour.
A yacht leaving the River Blyth.
View along the West Pier.
End of both piers and the lighthouse.
A fishing boat approaching the lighthouse and entering the River Blyth.
A coble approaching the lighthouse.
View up the River Blyth from the West Pier.
View over the harbour wall from the West Pier.
White masts, crane jibs and a Jetstream contrast against the deep blue sky.
Stripes on the beach beside the West Pier.
These photos were taken on a different day in February which was fine but not as warm.
Views of Blyth South Beach and Blyth Piers.
View of Blyth South Beach and Blyth East Pier taken from below the West Pier.
Views of Blyth South Beach and Blyth West Pier.
Fishing boat returning to Port and passing Blyth Lighthouse.
Blyth South Beach.
Bandstand behind the promenade.