Esk Valley Railway to Whitby
Panorama of the Esk Valley, photograph by Romeo66
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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The Esk Valley Railway runs through the North Yorkshire Moors. It is on average 150 miles from Edinburgh, 200 miles from London, 225 miles from Cardiff and 280 miles from Exeter

Map showing the location of the Esk Valley Railway

How to get to Whitby (Visit Whitby website)

How to get to Middlesbrough (Visit Middlesbrough website)

Interactive map of the Esk Valley Railway line

Map showing stations along  the Esk Valley Railway line

Visit the Along the Line page for information about each of the places served by the Esk Valley Railway line:

  • things to do and see
  • places to eat and drink
  • transport connections and printer-friendly train timetable

Destinations along the route of the Esk Valley Railway line

Places to visit, heritage leaflet

Esk Valley Railway line heritage places to visit A leaflet, with map, describing places to visit along the Esk Valley Railway line.

View and download side one (approx. 1MB pdf file)

View and download side two (approx. 1MB KB pdf file)

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Travel the route: follow the links to find out about the stations
Middlesbrough | travel east – towards the sea | travel west – inland | Whitby
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The Coliseum, Victoria Place, Whitby, North Yorkshire, YO21 1EZ
Telephone: 01947 601987
Email: enquiries@eskvalleyrailway.co.uk

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