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LOVELY WHITBY ENGLAND.

North Yorkshire-------------------------------------------CLICK ON SMALL PHOTOS FOR INFO .

REPLICA OF HMS  ENDEAVOUR.  CAPT J.COOK SAILED TO AUSTRLIA IN ENDEAVOUR.

REPLICA OF HMS ENDEAVOUR. CAPT J.COOK SAILED TO AUSTRLIA IN ENDEAVOUR.

Whitby

Whitby

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WHITBY

WHITBY RAIL STATION

WHITBY RAIL STATION

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WHITBY

WHITBY, SEA TRIP BOAT.

WHITBY, SEA TRIP BOAT.

WHITBY. AMUSEMENT ARCADE.

WHITBY. AMUSEMENT ARCADE.

WHITBY. VIEW FROM CAFE.

WHITBY. VIEW FROM CAFE.

MISTER CHIPS CAFE. MEAL.

MISTER CHIPS CAFE. MEAL.

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WHITBY LOOKING NORTH.

WHITBY LOOKING NORTH.

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WHITBY FROM WEST CLIFF

WHITBY FROM WEST CLIFF

WHITBY HARBOUR

WHITBY HARBOUR

CAPTAIN JAMES COOK R.N. STATUE ON WEST CLIFF.

CAPTAIN JAMES COOK R.N. STATUE ON WEST CLIFF.

WEST CLIFF

WEST CLIFF

HARBOUR PIERS.

HARBOUR PIERS.

EAST CLIFF, CHURCH AND ABBEY.

EAST CLIFF, CHURCH AND ABBEY.

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WHITBY  Old Town Hall

WHITBY Old Town Hall

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Map of WHITBY

Map of WHITBY

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WHITBY

WHITBY, view from rail station front.

WHITBY, view from rail station front.

WHITBY.

WHITBY.

------Whitby is a seaside town and small port on the East Coast of North Yorkshire England, at the mouth of the River Esk, into the North Sea.--- --On the East Cliff is the ruin of Whitby Abbey ( 13th century ) ,The Synod of Whitby in the year 664 established the dates of Easter that we use today.------Whitby is famous for the Bram Stoker novel "Dracula". He came ashore at Whitby. ----Whitby black Jet jewellery is on sale everywhere around town.-----Captain James Cook R.N. was an English explorer, at 16 years old worked in a shop in Staithes a nearby village, later he worked in Whitby on a vessel moving coal.--------St. Marys Church is near the Abbey on the East Cliff up 199 steps, first recorded in 1340. Methodist preacher John Wesley climbed the steps in 1761.------ On West Cliff is a whalebone arch,it commemorates Whitby" s Whaling history.----- A Swing bridge, built 1909 , joins the two sides of the harbour.-------The coastal section of the Cleveland Way Walk passes through Whitby .-----------------------------------------Whitby is 47 miles (76 km ) from York ,and 22 miles (35 km ) from Middlesborough. The population is around 13,200 . This visit was a day trip from York. Lovely sunny Day.--I had travelled to Whitby by network train and returned home by bus.----------------------------North York Moors Railway, a heritage line, runs steam trains to Whitby station. from Pickering. -----------I go on N.Y.M.R another day.

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