Port Mulgrave Harbour - North York Moors
The village of Port Mulgrave lies 9 miles North West of Whitby. The settlement here owes its existence to the ironstone mining industry of the mid 19th century. Little remains of the harbour these days. It was destroyed by the Royal Engineers during the Second World War to prevent it being used as a landing area by invading forces. The little that remains is a popular spot for local sea fishermen.
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From North York Moors, Yorkshire Dales and Northumberland