And yet another view!
Another view of this harbour.
Trinity House built the present lighthouse in 1858 and it is situated on Ling Hill to the south east of Whitby.
Another view of the harbour.
This is a ruined Benedictine abbey overlooking the North Sea on the East Cliff overlooking Whitby. It was disestablished During the Dissolution of the Monasteries under the auspices of Henry VIII and is a Grade 1 listed building in the care of English Heritage.
Viewed on our way up to the Abbey.
Viewed from our train.
The viaduct over the River Esk and taken from our Goathland to Whitby train.
The previously mentioned Thomson steam engine 61034 doing the business albeit quite shyly turning its back on us! At the next stop, Grosmont, a diesel took over and our steam engine tagged on the back of the train! Loved it as it took me back to my trainspotting days at Sharnbrook where I spent many happy hours on the St Pancras line.
Opposite the Aidensfield Arms, Bernie Scripps garage and undertaker services!!! These pics would be OK if the public kept away!!!