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Whitby jaw bones

Whitby jaw bones

Possibly the most famous landmark in Whitby the Whitby jaw bones - otherwise known as the Jaw Bones of Whitney. These are real whale jaw bones, given to the town in 2002 to replace the much older, and sadly worse for wear 1963 originals. In the distance is St Mary's church and part of Whitby Abbey ruins.

Steve Stamford

Image size: 3264 x 4928, 8.13Mb | Camera details: NIKON D7000 | Date uploaded: 04/07/2020

Steve Stamford | Whitby jaw bones
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