The central houses on South Terrace still have a fishermans lookout post, although its view of the sea is now obscured by subsequent buildings.
The houses were built in 1854 and have also been known as Fishermans Row and Zetland Square.
The sculpure by Len Horsey consisting of gold hands decorated by local children.
The last one i’ve seen, on Park Avenue. Has a makers mark of Needham Stockport.
I would imagine this one is later than the ones in Coatham as the area would have been developed around 1920-1930
In a back alley behind Queen Street, this one still has the pipe rather than being cut off at the base like many others.
The more I look, the more I see. Redcar is full of them.
This one sits just within Locke Park.
The whole area still seems to be littered with these, seems odd that they were not removed over the years.
The photo was taken a few years ago before the redevelopment of Coatham Enclosure, it looks like the pipe was removed during that work.
I had always considered these to be the bases of gas lamps, but this document from 2007 says its an old stench pipe from the drains.
This folly carved from a single sandstone boulder can be found in the woods between Littlebeck and Falling Foss
The GC 1790 inscription above the entrance relates to George Chubb
The interior has also been heavily inscribed over the years.
The mill race started at a pair of breached dams to the west of the viaduct.
It runs along the north bank of the beck, alongside the modern footpath. There appear to be some remains here relating to a time water still flowed.
The ditch that remains continues east towards the mill site where there are some markers for a long forgotten Marske Mill trail.