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Cleethorpes, The North Coates Strike Wing Memorial
England

Standing above the sea front is the RAF memorial to the North Coates Strike Wing, its a late spring morning and there is a cool breeze blowing. Turning around we look out over the Humber Estuary, to the left in the distance is Cleethorpes Pier and to the right is Ross Castle (with flag). Cleethorpes still remains a very poular seaside destination, especially for the"yorkies".

Copyright: Peter ward
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Uploaded: 15/05/2010
Atualizado: 26/02/2012
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Tags: cleethorpes; raf; memorial; seaside; sunny; ross castle; the point
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