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About Whitby Railway Station

Whitby Railway Station is a train station serving the seaside town of Whitby, North Yorkshire. It's a Grade II listed building, and distinguished by the Georgian architecture of its exterior. It was opened in 1845 by the York and North Midland Railway, and today is managed by Northern.

Exploring the North York Moors

A short way inland from the eastern coast of Yorkshire, the North York Moors is one of the county's most stunning areas of natural beauty. Visitors can amble down one of its many public footpaths, exploring Heathland dusted with heather, the rugged ridges of cliffs facing the North Sea, and even walk in the steps of prehistoric giants along the Heritage Coast. With medieval ruins and a huge array of wildlife to top it all off, the North York Moors are a unique experience that everyone should have at least once.

Ride through time on the North Yorkshire Moors Railway

Delve into the romantic age of the steam engine with a along the North Yorkshire Moors Railway, looking out at some of the most beautiful scenery in England, not to mention the odd Hollywood filming location! Regular services run between Whitby and Pickering on a regular basis, offering a charming experience that's certainly worth making time for.

Looking for a cheap hotel Near Whitby Railway Station? Travelodge Scarborough St Nicholas Hotel is a 40-minute drive away, and Travelodge Middlesbrough Hotel can be reached in just under an hour.