Admiral Storr's Tower, Hilston

Admiral Storr's Tower, Hilston (C) Paul Glazzard

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The 50ft high octagonal brick building was built in 1750 by Joseph Storr (d. 1753), but by 1852 was named after Storr's son, Rear Admiral John Storr. Possibly intended as a watch tower it was reputedly a well known landmark for sailors and served as a hospital for troops camped on the coast in 1794–5.

The closest beach to 'Admiral Storr's Tower, Hilston' is Tunstall Beach, Withernsea or why not check beaches nearby as we have 16 beaches in East Riding Of Yorkshire, or have a look at our list of East Riding Of Yorkshire dog friendly beaches, or even our United Kingdom Blue Flag beach list.



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