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Blyth South beach
Blyth is still a port but its coastline is dominated be a series of wind turbines. It's a great location for long exposures with both the groynes and the wind turbines being fantastic subjects. There are 2 piers and a lighthouse to photograph as well. The popular south beach is home to the only beach huts in Northumberland. As it's on the East Coast it's more of a sunrise location but would probably be ok at sunset in the summer. Although it also suits night photography as well with lots being illuminated.
There is good parking, public toilets and a wonderful cafe/fish n chip shop very near.