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Esk Valley Railway to Whitby
Esk Valley Railway
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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“Away from the packed commuter routes and main intercities, the backwaters of our national rail network harbour some of the most beautiful rides in the world.

“Leaving Teesside, the train chugs out across the North York Moors … along the leafy valley through Danby, Egton and Lealholm – surely the prettiest village in Yorkshire – to Whitby's bracing sea air, fine Georgiana and looming Gothic church. This is England's green and pleasant land, writ large over 36miles ... it will make you sigh”
The Sunday Times

The Esk Valley Railway connects the rural communities in the North Yorkshire Moors with the city of Middlesbrough and the historic seaside town of Whitby. The railway also offers an enjoyable, environmentally-friendly and stress-free way to view and explore this magnificent landscape and lovely villages.

2014 Sunday Trains Northern is running a Sunday service on the Esk Valley Railway every Sunday from 30th March until 2nd November 2014. See the timetable page or specific station pages for times.

On this website you will find inspiration for days out and practical information to help you plan your journey. Here you can:

This website is commissioned and maintained by the Esk Valley Railway Development Company, a not-for-profit Community Rail Partnership. The train service is operated by Northern Rail and the line is owned by Network Rail.

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Middlesbrough | travel east – towards the sea | travel west – inland | Whitby
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