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A Vision of Whitby, until May 2022


An exhibition of John Tindale’s photography, writing and audio-interviews called “A Vision of Whitby” is taking place at the Whitby Museum, Pannett Park, from summer 2021 to spring 2022.  The exhibition includes daily showings of three new documentary films about Whitby and its culture produced from John’s work. 

In preparation for the “Vision of Whitby” show, issues of the Whitby Gazette from 1900 to 1999 have been digitised and made searchable for the first time, providing many new opportunities for research.  There is likely to be much historic material about Cook in there ready to be re-discovered.  Public access is available in the Whitby Museum, on touch-screens or by using your own device.

Also part of the Tindale show is an exhibit about Endeavour, both the original and the replica, with plans and timbers.  Much more Cook material is available elsewhere in the Museum in its copious displays.

Location: Whitby Museum, Pannett Park, Whitby

Opening times: See website below for details

Admission charges: See website below for details

For more information visit https://whitbymuseum.org.uk/2021/07/22/john-tindale-a-vision-of-whitby/

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