Please note the text explaining the latest findings about Tolkien and Easington and Spurn Point may be read in my essay ‘Tolkien in East Yorkshire’ published in Something Has Gone Crack edited by Janet Brennan Croft & Annika Röttinger.
green and filled with avenues, and groves of fruitful trees...But no green thing
grew there in the latter days of Saruman. The roads were paved with stone-
flags, dark and hard...Many houses there were, chambers, halls, and passages,
cut and tunnelled back into the walls upon their inner side, so that all the open
circle was overlooked by countless windows and dark doors...Shafts were
delved deep into the ground...the shafts by many slopes and spiral stairs
to caverns far under; there Saruman had treasuries, store-houses, armouries,
smithies, and great furnaces” (69).
There are some areas of East Yorkshire with Tolkien associations, or apparent Tolkien connections, I've left out of this account so far, such as Tunstall Hall, Turmar Farm, and the actual outpost he commanded. Hopefully, I'll have time to fill in these oversights at some future date.
Part 1 (Introduction and Hornsea) may be read here
Part 2 (Roos & Halsham) may be read here
Part 3 (Thirtle Bridge & Withernsea) may be read here
Part 4 (Brooklands Officers' Hospital) may be read here