When we entered Dunkerque, the priest, Kilbride, and I went to an inn upon the sea front.
A panorama of the sea front looking eastward from winter quarters.
He went out on to the sea front, and stared at the sea, and wondered what on earth his friend had been driving at.
To-morrow he will be a Mystery, and they will be looking for his body along the sea front.
On the sea front of the bailey walls rise, sheer from the steep rock, the main body and the keep of the Peel.
It is those upon the sea front that I would fain make certain of, for there will be the leader.
To the right the trees trailed along the sea front in a single line, each drawn out in thin wild lines like a caricature.
From the sea front the town rambled back with characteristically English irregularity of architecture to the downs.
When she reached the end of Whitethorn Gardens she turned to the right along the sea front.
Our walk showed us the miles of busy railway and shipping–wharves, and the stores along the sea–front.