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Blyth, Northumberland Photos
This section features photos from the Port of Blyth, Northumberland and includes views of the harbour, piers, lighthouse, ships, boats and Blyth South Beach.
Blyth is the largest port and town in Northumberland with a long history in shipping and shipbuilding. It used to be one of the largest coal exporting ports in Europe, now coal is imported via the harbour at Battleship Wharf.
Shipping is healthy and there are always ships coming and going at the South Harbour, Alcan Quay, Wimbourne Quay and Battleship Wharf. A number of fishing boats use the port and in the South Harbour the marina is always bristling with yacht masts.
Blyth South Beach is a fine beach used reguarly by walkers, families and water sports enthusiasts.
It is common to see dog walkers, jet skiers, surfers, canooists, sea anglers and families all using the beach at once.
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Entering the river Blyth.
Sailing at sunrise.
Fishing at Sunrise
The scupture "Spirit of the Staithes" lit up in early morning sun.
The River Blyth at night.
Blyth South Beach in Summer.
Blyth South Beach in Winter.
Blyth South Beach and Promenade.
Blyth piers and river entrance.
Yachts in the marina.
Unloading at Battleship Wharf.
Small boats moored at Bates Jetties.
Cargo Ship leaving Blyth.
Some of the fishing fleet in the South Harbour.
Blyth South Beach at night.