Hayburn Wyke

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Waterfall on Hayburn Wyke
The bay and the beach

Hayburn Wyke is a tiny bay, a beach and a gap in the cliffs on the coast of the North Riding of Yorkshire. Here the Hayburn Beck tumbles over the low cliffs into the North Sea in a waterfall onto the beach.

Above the bay, the beck carves a pretty, wooded cleft through the landscape. The land hereabouts is in the care of the National Trust.

There was once a railway line and a station here, remains of which can be found.

The old Hayburn Wyke station
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