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Railway Station 261 POSTS in 11 THREADS
Overlooking the River Esk, the Whitby Railway Station has come a long way this century from its horse-and-carriage origins! Most coastal cities are accessible through this station, and York is less than two hours away if the train is caught at the right time.
LAST POST made in The Apple that Fell far f... by Jack, 06-12-2021, 11:55 AM.
Market, Shops, and Spas 2,107 POSTS in 65 THREADS
On the northeast side of the River Esk is a thriving market. Throughout both sides of the river are various shops and storefronts beyond what the market offers. Be it stocking for daily life or souvenir shopping, Whitby has its share of hopeful (and despondent) shopkeepers. The chalybeate springs on the west side, and the tourist traps around them, are a draw to miracle-seekers and charlatans alike.
LAST POST made in I see you. You see me too... by Philippa Danes, 06-15-2021, 12:02 PM.
Churches, Abbey, and Schools 1,680 POSTS in 31 THREADS
There are several churches in Whitby, belonging to different denominations. The most prominent is the parish church, St. Mary's, which overlooks the village on the East Cliff, and lies between a graveyard and the ruins of the old Whitby Abbey. There are also some small church-affiliated schools.
LAST POST made in Going Blindly by Tristan Wells, 06-15-2021, 07:08 PM.
Harbor, Beach, and Sea 2,127 POSTS in 36 THREADS
Many a boat and ship sails into (and out of) Whitby’s harbor. The harbor is set in the river mouth of the River Esk which divides the village, with piers on both the East and West Cliffs. Up along the east side’s coast is a long stretch of beach that extends past Whitby’s territory. Whitby Sea Front sees its share of residents and tourists alike.
LAST POST made in And What Do You Think You... by Tobias Appleton, Yesterday, 07:10 PM.
Streets, Yards, and Homes 9,268 POSTS in 151 THREADS
Whitby consists of an endless network of streets, lanes and yards. The yards usually give access to several cottages, sometimes on different floors, and on a bright day inhabitants can be seen working in the yards. There are also many other private residences facing the streets, above shops, and on the seaside, be they summer homes or year-round residences.
LAST POST made in Life Imitating Art by Tristan Wells, Yesterday, 07:30 PM.
Hotels, Pubs, and Accommodations 3,110 POSTS in 43 THREADS
Be it the historic Bagdales, the pubs on both sides of the river, opportunistic homeowners in scenic locations, or holes-in-the-wall willing to let their spare rooms, visitors need a place to stay. The pubs are also lively places for townsfolk and visitors to gather.
LAST POST made in Nothing like home? by Nat Walker, 06-15-2021, 04:26 PM.
Pavilion and Fairground 225 POSTS in 4 THREADS
LAST POST made in Pinch a Pound for Cake by Marcus Tillman, 02-20-2021, 01:15 AM.

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