Scarborough Holbeck Hall collapse: 25th anniversary
It is 25 years since Scarborough's Holbeck Hall hotel collapsed into the sea after a landslip.
Over the course of three days, starting on 3 June 1993, an estimated one million tonnes of sandy, silty clay fell in to the North Sea.
Locals and the world's media descended on the spectacle as the thirty-bed hotel inched towards its watery fate.
The British Geological Survey said the likely cause of the landslip was a combination of factors including heavy rainfall, poor drainage and the local geology.