Further along, the path is lost completely [30/04/12].
A route along the cliff top is not only physically denied but officially, too [02/06/13].
Alternative access to the Withow site is possible by walking the Withow Dyke, part of which is shown here, from Mr Moo’s
ice cream parlour on the B1242 road [30/04/12].
Gap leading to the beach [16/04/12].
Sketch of main beds at Withow.
Skipsea Withow site from low water. The yellow thread at the left of the picture is a dangling drainage pipe. There is a small tent pitched on the stony heaped beach under the southern exposure. Surface level of the mere may have been about five or six metres above the present beach [15/07/12].
Section of the northern exposure [30/04/12].
From a different angle [30/04/12].
Close-up of northern exposure [30/04/12].
The southern exposure [30/04/12].
Close-up of southern exposure [16/04/12].
Silts and gravel beds [16/04/12].
Wave undercut [30/04/12].
Ancient logs from post-glacial forests in peat [30/04/12].
Long piece [16/04/12].
Cross section [30/04/12].
Split lump of peat (fallen on to side) [30/04/12].
Large lump of peat material [30/04/12].
Wartime debris provides a rest [15/07/12].
Incoming tide at Withow [16/04/12].
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