Lisa Morton of the Esplanade sits on a surfboard with her dog, Roger, at Sumner beach.
Exterior of the Scarborough Fair Restaurant and Café at 147 Esplanade in Sumner next to Scarborough beach. A row of seagulls are sat along the top of the building.
Author, Robyn Jenkin, sitting inside her Scarborough house.
Robyn Jenkin sitting on a wall outside her Scarborough house.
A group of surfers entering the waves at Sumner beach. Scarborough is visible behind the beach.
Group of children on Sumner Beach taking part in a surf lesson prior to entering the water. The Esplanade and the Scarborough Sumner Clock Tower are visible in the background.
Three children on outdoor play equipment, a rocking horse, at Scarborough Park, Sumner.
Sharon Morton with her surfboard at Scarborough.
Views of the crowd gathered at the Sumner Lifeboat Institute to watch the dedication ceremony of two boats.
Views of Charles Denham with Rescue 3 at the Sumner Lifeboat Institute.
Views of Cranleigh Barton with the jet boat he named after himself at the Sumner Lifeboat Institute.
The damaged remains of a boat after it exploded at Scarborough boat ramp. The cause of the explosion was unknown.
Scenes of surfers riding the waves during a surf competition at Scarborough. Frame one is of Robbie Hardie of Sumner.
Scenes of surfers riding the waves during a surf competition at Scarborough.
[Frame 22] Dust rising from blasted cliff face beside the Scarborough Tea Rooms. [Frames 20 and 21] Owner of the Scarborough Tea Rooms, Mr C. B. De Lautour.
Dust rising from blasted cliff face beside the Scarborough Tea Rooms.
Views of a group of people with a shark on Scarborough Beach.
View of the Municipal Electricity Department Scarborough Substation, Tram Loop.
View of the Sumner Scarborough clock tower on the Esplanade in Sumner.
A high tide wave hits the broken sea wall at Sumner.
View from Clifton showing Sumner beach, Cave Rock, houses in Sumner, Scarborough, and Whitewash Head.