07 August 2010

Naval Warfare

Last Saturday David and I went to Scarborough.  I've visited once and posted that here but it was David's first visit there.  After seeing the town and had lunch, we then went to North Bay, Scarborough to Peasholm Park where we saw the naval battle, which has been a regular summer feature for many years there.  There are men inside the larger ships, also some smaller boats powered with electricity. There are  lots of explosions and a lot of fun while British ships outdo the enemy craft.  Here are some of the photos from the battle.

We then walked along North Bay until we reached the Sea Life Centre.  This was also the terminus for the miniature railway that goes back to opposite the park, passing the newly refurbished Open Air Theatre where there were 80's groups practising for that evening's performance. As with most days recently, it was a cloudy day with the weather not making it's mind up what it wanted to do, but at least it was dry, so a lovely day out.
The colourful beach huts along the promenade.
The miniature train.

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