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"St. Hilda's Terrace, Whitby"
A winter scene looking down St. Hilda's Terrace towards Flowergate. This view has changed little since Sutcliffe's time. The iron railings on the left were taken as scrap metal during World War II and the boundary wall at the right has been demolished and re-built to allow some road-widening to take place.
The Crown Hotel can be seen in the distance on the left-hand side. It was advertised in Horne's Guide to Whitby 1905, as a first class hotel with Public Dining and Drawing Rooms, Private Sitting Rooms and a Billiard Smoke Room. A porter would also meet you from the train.

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"St. Hilda's Terrace, Whitby"
A winter scene looking down St. Hilda's Terrace towards Flowergate. This view has changed little since Sutcliffe's time. The iron railings on the left were taken as scrap metal during World War II and the boundary wall at the right has been demolished and re-built to allow some road-widening to take place.
The Crown Hotel can be seen in the distance on the left-hand side. It was advertised in Horne's Guide to Whitby 1905, as a first class hotel with Public Dining and Drawing Rooms, Private Sitting Rooms and a Billiard Smoke Room. A porter would also meet you from the train.

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