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Filey Brigg

Filey Brigg is a long narrow peninsula situated about a mile north of Filey. Its steep cliffs are 20 metres high and consist of Jurassic limestone and sandstone and Quaternary boulder clay. The landward end of the peninsula of Filey Brigg is known as Carr Naze, whilst the long neck of rock at the seaward end is called the Brigg. The biology and geology of Filey Brigg make it a Site of Special Scientific Interest. The remains of a Roman signal station have been found on The Brigg.
by N Chadwick

Created: Sun, 21 May 2017, Updated: Sun, 21 May 2017


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TA1281 : Filey Brigg by N Chadwick
TA1281 : Danger signs, Filey Brigg by habiloid
TA1381 : Rocks off the Brigg by N Chadwick
TA1281 : Filey Brigg Angling Society Centenary Seat, Filey Brigg by habiloid
TA1281 : Information board and path on Filey Brigg by Mat Fascione
TA1281 : Emperor's Bath by N Chadwick
TA1281 : Small sea cave by N Chadwick
TA1281 : Cliffs, Filey Brigg by N Chadwick
TA1281 : Footpath off The Brigg by N Chadwick
TA1281 : Gullies and rills by N Chadwick
TA1381 : Rough weather at Filey Brigg by Mat Fascione
TA1381 : Brigg End by N Chadwick
TA1381 : Filey Brigg by N Chadwick
TA1281 : Sandstone, limestone & till by N Chadwick
TA1381 : Filey Brigg by habiloid
TA1281 : Long Doodle by N Chadwick
TA1281 : Badlands topography, Filey Brigg by N Chadwick
TA1281 : Filey Brigg at the northern end of Filey Bay by Mat Fascione
TA1281 : Badlands topography, Filey Brigg by N Chadwick
TA1281 : Gullied till by N Chadwick
TA1281 : Cliffs along the north edge of Filey Brigg by Mat Fascione
TA1281 : On Filey Brigg by N Chadwick
TA1381 : Filey Brigg by habiloid
TA1281 : The Cleveland Way, Filey Brigg by habiloid
TA1281 : A path on Filey Brigg by habiloid

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