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The footbridge at the western end of the station leads to St Cuthbert’s Church which has a marvellous stained-glass window, created by Goddard and Gibbs in 1992, depicting a steam train passing through Kildale.

Each year, in the village hall which is decked out in harvest-festival style, the people of Kildale hold a traditional Mell Supper to celebrate the bringing in of the last sheaf of corn. Each person is given a piece of “mell cake” (a kind of spicy teacake, locally baked) at this event.

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Warren Moor Chimney

There is an easy walk of around 50 minutes each way to Warren Moor Chimney, a failed mining enterprise from the 1860s. It is one a few remaining chimneys still standing and it is being repaired to ensure its future. The walk is mainly on quiet roads and goes via Little Kildale.

Captain Cook's monument

One-and-a-half miles away is Captain Cook’s Monument (erected in 1827) on the top of Easby Moor, offering a panoramic view to the south and west. To reach here, walk away from the station into the village, take the first turning to the left immediately before Glebe Cottage CafĂ©. This will take you along part of the Cleveland Way to Captain Cook’s Monument. From there it is possible to walk on to Great Ayton station.


Find out more on the North York Moors website.


Find out more on the North York Moors website.