Birds eye view from the Church Tower looking north. Station and Queens Hotel in the forground. Hull road with the Methodist Chapel can be seen in the background. (picture from Pamela Baker)
This photo taken in 1909 shows the northern half of the town with the promenade and pier towers in the forground. The Wesleyan chapel can be seen in the middle. (from Jack Whittaker)
This picture was taken from the top of the lighthouse looking towards the station, abut 1910. Lascelles Avenue was still just an open field.
Piggy Lane across the middle of the picture.
Aerial Photo of Withernsea May 1925 © English Heritage from http://www.britainfromabove.org.uk
Aerial Photo of Withernsea May 1925 showing St Nicholas Church and the Convalescent Home.
© English Heritage from http://www.britainfromabove.org.uk.
Aerial photo of Withersea about 1928 (from Snaps of Withernsea)
Aerial Photo of Withernsea March 1948 © English Heritage, Aerofilms Collection
To compare the photos above to current aerial photos, go to Withernsea from Above