Port Mulgrave dates from the 1850s when ironstone was being mined locally. Port Mulgrave lies on a road between Hinderwell and the coast. Ameneties include a Public House.
Port Mulgrave lies close to the path of the Cleveland Way and overlooks the scars (rock outcrops) of the shore, once a busy port that shipped ironstone, now little remains to be seen.
The hamlet of Port Mulgrave was a thriving community in the late 1800's when locally mined ironstone was shipped from the specially constructed pier.
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