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Come to Whitby by Rail:

From any Network Rail station (via Middlesbrough) on the scenic Esk Valley Railway.

From Pickering by steam (sometimes diesel) train on the North Yorkshire Moors Railway.

Come to Whitby by Bus:

From Middlesbrough or Scarborough with Arriva Buses number 5, 5A, X5 or 93, X93.

From Leeds and York (via Malton) with Yorkshire Coastliner Buses number 840.

Moorsbus - the National Park’s alternative way to explore the area:

Car-free alternatives on busy days, April to October.  See 2009 Timetable or tel 01845 597000.

All Public Transport Enquiries:

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Taxi – Need Collection from a Mainline Station or Airport?

Several local taxi firms offer cost-effective, fixed-price rates for journeys to/from mainline rail stations such as York or to/from Durham/Tees Valley airport or Leeds/Bradford airport.

Come to Whitby by Car:

From the South take the A64 from York to Malton, then the A169 via Pickering.

From the North take the A19 to Middlesbrough, then the A171 via Guisborough.

Come to Whitby by Sea:

Newcastle is the port for the DFDS Ferry from Holland.

Hull is the port for the P&O Ferries from Holland and from Belgium.

Come to Whitby by Air:

About 45 miles from Whitby to Durham Tees Valley Airport (Middlesbrough), which has a regular service from Amsterdam (Schipol) airport – very useful for visitors travelling from Northern Europe.

About 80 miles from Whitby to Newcastle Airport.

About 85 miles from Whitby to Leeds Bradford Airport.

Use the Google Map above to help plan your journey:

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