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Flamborough Head

Flamborough Head, a cape on the E. coast of Yorkshire, forming a bold headland pointing S.E., and enclosing Bridlington Bay. It is a chalk formation six miles long, and its cliffs which are in places 300 feet high, and have large caverns at the base, are the resort of innumerable sea-fowl. The lighthouse at the extreme point has a revolving light 214 feet above sea-level, and visible 30 miles off.