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North Yorkshire Moors Railway - 19 September 2016

Since we were staying by the Esk in Ruswarp, North Yorkshire Moor Trains (NYMR) passed by four times a day. So a visit and trip to the railway was near the top of list of things to visit. 424 more words

Whitby 2016

Low Green, Great Ayton

The prospect of a day indoors route planning with my Duke of Edinburgh students but managed to get up Roseberry before dawn. Otherwise incessant rain all day. 9 more words

Great Ayton

York's Attraction

What is York’s attraction? Is it’s quaint location and surroundings? York is a rarity in the sense as a city it boasts some of the best nightlife whilst also offering some of the best sights and sounds. 93 more words

Centurion York News


A familiar view to those walking the Cleveland Way. The cliffs represent 26 million years of deposition of sediment at the bottom of shallow seas at a time the geologists call the Lower Jurassic. 129 more words


First snowdrops of the year

According to a reprint of an Edwardian book I have Snowdrops signify hope. Hope I guess that Spring is just around the corner. This small bunch is taking advantage of the warmth below the canopy of trees beside the River Leven. 76 more words


Regressing to my teenage gothic self at Whitby Abbey

One hundred and ninety nine steps up from a harbour town stands the imposing Gothic remains of a 13th Century abbey.

On a clear day you can see for miles around, out to the North Sea on one side and across the Yorkshire moors on the other. 163 more words


Whitby 2016 - Scarborough - 18 September 2016

Visiting friends in Scarborough, we went for a walk along North Bay.

Taking the path down to the beach, the first thing that is of notice is the redundant pylons for the dismantled cable car. 80 more words

Whitby 2016