Museum

708c – Bridlington Harbour Heritage Museum

8 Jun , 2015  

Bridlington

This is a small museum, just a couple of rooms, but it is free and contains a lot of harbour and shipping memorabilia such as model ships, figureheads, and information on the preservation of the sailing coble the “Three Brothers” which was built in 1912 and is actually in the harbour outside. From the harbour […]

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Priory

708b – Bridlington Priory

8 Jun , 2015  

Bridlington

The nave is all that remains of the Augustinian monastery and this has survived as it became the parish church. There is information on St. John, the last English saint canonised before the Reformation, a set of vey good appliquéd panels telling the story of the priory, plus a lovely Victorian Jesse window. I am […]

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Museum

708a – Bayle Museum, Bridlington

8 Jun , 2015  

Bridlington

A day exploring Bridlington by myself. I catch the 10.0am train (£7.70 return, good value) and arrive in the town 40 minutes later. I then walk about a mile northwards to the old town area, visit the Bayle Museum just as it opens. This is the only part of the priory to survive other than […]

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