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Report - Robinshood Bay Culvert, Yorkshire, April 2014


Tomb Raider
Regular User
Nice little river this - Robins-hoods Bay Culvert also known as the River Esk is a river in North Yorkshire that empties into the North Sea at Whitby after a course of around 28 miles (45 km) through the valley of Eskdale, named after the river itself.
Headed through in trainers as it was a spontaneous venture :thumb









~Thank you for reading :)~


Tomb Raider
Regular User
That's fantastic Keïteï. Love it!
Been through it a few times when I was a kid. I used to love hearing the local stories about smugglers using the tunnel.
Btw, I think it's actually called 'Kings Beck'. The Esk is a much larger river a few miles up the coast at Whitby ;)
Cheers jazzy :) yeah a few local kids followed me in too
I wasn't 100%which river it was so you're probably right :p
Thought I'd taken a shot of the flow out onto the beach but didn't:/


In Search of Lost Time
Regular User
It looks really nice Keïteï. Love the colours - especially the second shot :)


Poking holes since '84
28DL Full Member
looks good, lovely colours to the brickwork and crystal clear water by the look of it.


28DL Memb3r
Regular User
It is a nice little culvert. Ive taken my kids up this one a couple of times now, infact last time I took a friends kids too so had 5 kids with me, ha teach em young. good to see it photographed properly I only ever took one pic.

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