We are off to the coast for a few days, to the Yorkshire seaside town of Scarbrough. This early 20th century postcard view comes from the collection of my great-uncle, Fowler Beanland. Between all the bracing walks, donkey rides, fish and chips, and pints of beer, I will try to find the spot this view was taken from and see what is there today. Knowing a little about the recent history of Scarborough, there is a fair chance that the cliffs have crumbled into the sea, in which case I might well get my feet wet. I'll be back on Thursday (hopefully).