Monday, 23 January 2012
Hartlepool Headland - Windy and cold, but bright
I took this one some while ago. I guess that this old lighthouse is of a similar construction to the metal lighthouse at Sunderland, with a cast iron frame and wrought iron cladding. I don't know its year of construction, but it was relocated to its present site during WW1.
A beautifully presented row of Georgian houses.
This gentleman had found a sheltered spot in the sun.
The Municipal Buildings and former market hall dating from 1865, a listed building designed by C. J. Adams. According to the public information notices, it was based upon a Bavarian theme.