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Britain By Car - A Motoring History


A seaside resort situated about eight miles south of the mouth of the River Tees. 

Founded in the mid-nineteenth century, its first streets were built of white brick and named after jewels.  Much of the original Victorian elegance remains, including the water-balanced Cliff Lift.

Saltburn Sands

A popular racing venue and the location for a successful attempt on the world land speed record.

The beach running north west from Saltburn towards Marske.

1906 - 1938

Teesside locations