<h3>From visitor attractions to outdoor activities</h3>
<p>
There is so much to do in and around Whitby, from walking or cycling in the North
York Moors National Park to learning about Whitby’s connections to Dracula and
Captain Cook.
</p> <h3>Some of Yorkshire's finest coastal retreats</h3>
<p>Enjoy the quirky fishing villages of Staithes and Robin Hood's Bay, the unspoilt
sandy beaches of Sandsend and Runswick Bay, the staggering views from the
clifftops at Ravenscar, and the popular seaside resorts of Saltburn and Redcar.</p> <h3>The North Yorkshire Moors Railway</h3>
<p>
Travel from Pickering to Whitby along ‘the world's most popular steam heritage
railway'. The Pullman Diner Service also allows you to dine in style within the lavish
setting of the beautiful period carriages.
</p> <h3>There's more to Whitby than meets the eye</h3>
<p>With its connections to Captain Cook and Dracula, its quirky narrow streets and
bustling harbour overlooked by the striking Gothic ruins of Whitby Abbey, Whitby is
a fascinating town, unlike any other.</p> <h3>An enchanting place</h3>
<p>Come and stay for a romantic break in a boutique hotel, a cosy B&B or a luxurious cottage hideaway.</p> <h3>Horse riding on the Moors</h3>
<p>Enjoy the 800km of bridleways that weave through the peaceful and colourful countryside of the North York Moors National Park, which surrounds Whitby town.</p>

NYMR Spring Steam Gala 2012

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Event:
NYMR Spring Steam Gala 2012
Start:
May 11, 2012
End:
May 13, 2012
Category:
Organizer:
North Yorkshire Moors Railway
Phone:
01751 472508
info@nymr.co.uk
Updated:
May 4, 2012
Venue:
North Yorkshire Moors Railway
Address:
Whitby, North Yorkshire, United Kingdom

The second of two weekends celebrating the 2012 North Yorkshire Moors Railway Spring Steam Gala.

Visitors 4464 (a.k.a ‘Bittern’), 80072 and 70000 (a.k.a ‘Britannia’) join local locomotives, including 75029, 69023 and 92214 (a.k.a ‘The Green Knight’, ‘Joem’ and ‘Cock O’ The North’), to entertain.

Highlights of the weekend include runs along the Esk Valley Line to Battersby on both Sundays (6th May and 13th May), Local trains running the Grosmont to Goathland line and demos of goods trains working on Sat 5th, Mon 7th, Fri 11th and Sat 12th.

During the Gala There will be five sets of carriages working. The line to Whitby will be worked by two sets of Mark 1 BR carriages from the 1950s, while a third set will work the line between between Pickering and Grosmont. The LNER Coach Association will be showing some superb 1930s teak vehicles, beautifully finished in varnish as opposed to being painted. Last but certainly not least is the Pullman dining train, which features Car 79, built for the LNER “Queen of Scots” service back in 1928 (this was an all-Pullman service).

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