Railway Station Whitby
Whitby railway station serves the town of Whitby in North Yorkshire, England. It is terminus of the Esk Valley Line 35 miles south east of Middlesbrough and is operated by Northern Rail who provide all of the station’s National Rail passenger services.
As of 3 April 2007 services along the Heritage North Yorkshire Moors Railway have commenced running from Whitby to Pickering running along the Esk Valley line to Grosmont railway station where they join the NYMR’s own line.
The summer peak service in July and August consists of departures daily except on Sundays. There are trains also to Whitby during the whole of the NYMR’s season from mid-March to the start of November.
The line to Scarborough Railway Station was closed in 1963.