Craster is a small fishing harbour and a very popular
tourist destination, due partly to it's proximity to Dunstanburgh
The village is known for the world famous Craster
Kippers which are still smoked in the traditional manner by a local
There is evidence of a previous trade at Craster by
the curious construction at the harbour entrance. This used to be
a loading facility for stone quarried locally - ships would moor
at the harbour entrance to be loaded.
Craster Harbour - various views.
Craster Harbour entrance.
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