'View of the Storm at Scarborough on the 17th February 1836.' Creator: Charles Joseph Hullmandel
'View of the Storm at Scarborough on the 17th February 1836.' Shipwreck off Scarborough in Yorkshire: 'when Ten out of a crew of Fourteen were drowned by the upsetting of the Life Boat'. The lifeboat was launched through very heavy surf after the sloop 'John' of Aberdeen was seen to be in distress. A huge wave knocked the lifeboat over and the crew were thrown into the sea.
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'The naval raid on the East Coast', 1914. Artist: Unknown
'The naval raid on the East Coast', 1914. The cafe attached to the Grand Hotel, Scarborough, which was struck by shells from the German cruisers'. From The Manchester Guardian History of the War - 1914, Vol. I.. [John Heywood Ltd, London, 1914]
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Gareth Williams, 2012. Artist: Alan John Ainsworth
Gareth Williams, Plays Bill Evans' with Dave Green, Scarborough Jazz Festival, 2012.
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