Nostalgia: Scalby Mills and ‘Monkey Island’

A view of the beach area at Scalby Mills. The strange looking mound in the centre of the picture was known as 'Monkey Island' a popular playground for many generations.
Visitors are taking advantage of low tide as they walk along the old Victorian outfall pipes which stretched as far as Jackson's Bay to the north.
Photo reproduced courtesy of the Max Payne collection. 
Reprints can be ordered with proceeds going to local charities. Telephone 0330 1230203 and quote reference number
A view of the beach area at Scalby Mills. The strange looking mound in the centre of the picture was known as 'Monkey Island' a popular playground for many generations. Visitors are taking advantage of low tide as they walk along the old Victorian outfall pipes which stretched as far as Jackson's Bay to the north. Photo reproduced courtesy of the Max Payne collection. Reprints can be ordered with proceeds going to local charities. Telephone 0330 1230203 and quote reference number
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A view of the beach area at Scalby Mills. The strange looking mound in the centre of the picture was known as ‘Monkey Island’ a popular playground for many generations locals and holidaymakers.

Visitors are taking advantage of low tide as they walk along the old Victorian outfall pipes which stretched as far as Jackson’s Bay to the north.

Photo reproduced courtesy of the Max Payne collection. Reprints can be ordered with proceeds going to local charities. Telephone 0330 1230203 and quote reference number YRN-171001-105926050.