Esk Valley Railway to Whitby
From the heart of Middlesbrough to the historic seaside town of Whitby, passing through the North York Moors National Park and serving 15 stations along the route
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Showtime |  This Exploited Land | Exhibitions at Danby Moors Centre | Goth Weekend | Ghost WalksMeander Down the Esk




    

 

DanbyShowFor a list of Agricultural Shows please see Showtime.  Esk Valley Railway will be at Egton, Danby and Castleton this year. Hope to see you there.  
  • Danby Show Wednesday 16th August,
  • Egton Show Wednesday 23rd August and
  • Castleton Show Saturday 9th September

 



      This Exploited Land of Iron

This Exploited Land of Iron logo This Exploited Land of Iron tells the fascinating story of this trailblazing period of industrial growth and exploitation. The project will conserve and protect some of the most iconic structures and landscapes that remain, help nurture the wildlife that has reclaimed these spaces, and ensure this important part of our history is not forgotten.
Esk Valley Railway will be working with NYMNP and Moors Bus to enable access to the project sites via public transport. To this end, the recent announcement of year-round Sunday train services is a timely boost to this aim.

 

Inspired by... Gallery at Danby

Inspired by... Gallery at Danby The beautiful Inspired by… gallery at The Moors National Park Centre in Danby hosts changing exhibitions of work by artists and makers who draw their inspiration from the landscape, life and colour of the North York Moors. Artwork including prints and photography, and artisan crafts, from ironwork to jewellery, are available for sale in the gallery shop and craft area.

Danby Moors Centre is a 20 minute walk from Danby station. The 10:28 from Middlesbrough gets to Danby at 11:17. You can return on the 12:55 or 16:40. From Whitby, the 08:45 gets to Danby at 09:25 and the 12:15 at 12:55. Return to Whitby on the 11:17, 14.55 or 18.29.

 

Whitby Goth Weekend Autum 2017

The second Goth Weekend of 2017 will be held on the weekend of  Autumn half term. Friday 27th to Sunday 29th October.


 

Dracula and Ghost Walks

Street in Whitby at night. Photograph by Angela Thirkill

Learn more about the history of the town and its myths and legends and meet Harry at the Whalebones on West Cliff for a Dracula or Ghost Walk ... after dark. Advance booking recommended:

Harry Collett 01947 821734
www.whitbywalks.com

 

 

 


 

A Meander Down The Esk


Watercolour by John Freeman

A book of watercolour paintings thatportray the River Esk in all seasons and moods by the artist, watercolouristJohn Freeman.

It highlights the wildlife, history and architecture through his watercolours and drawings of the River Esk from its source, Esklets in Castleton, to the sea at Whitby. Three years in the making, the watercolours are complemented by detailed line drawings. The scenes along the river include heritage railway bridges along the route of the Middlesbrough to Whitby railway, which criss-crosses the river on its journey through the North York Moors National Park.

ISBN 978-1-903506-42-4

Further details see the Inspired by... exhibition page or johnfreemanstudio.co.uk




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