Whitby Abbey Yorkshire
Whitby Abbey Yorkshire

The abbey thrived for centuries as a centre of learning until it was destroyed by Henry VIII in 1540 during the Dissolution of the Monasteries. Though the abbey church was stripped and fell into ruin, it has remained a prominent landmark on the headland for sailors. More recently Whitby has gained fame as being the location where Count Dracula was washed ashore in Bram Stokers 1897 book.
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Location: Whitby North Yorkshire

Photographer: ©2021 Keith Bailey Scene It Snapped It Photographic

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Whitby Abbey Yorkshire

The abbey thrived for centuries as a centre of learning until it was destroyed by Henry VIII in 1540 during the Dissolution of the Monasteries. Though the abbey church was stripped and fell into ruin, it has remained a prominent landmark on the headland for sailors. More recently Whitby has gained fame as being the location where Count Dracula was washed ashore in Bram Stokers 1897 book.
This image is also available in a monochrome version, please visit or Monochrome Gallery.

Location: Whitby North Yorkshire

Photographer: ©2021 Keith Bailey Scene It Snapped It Photographic

Buy this print online:

 
Item added to cart