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Train Travel

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Esk Valley Railway trains run between Whitby and Middlesbrough, stopping at 16 intermediate stations along the line. The full journey takes less than 90 minutes.  There is a toilet on board. Dogs are allowed. Bikes are allowed, though at the discretion of the guard. 
Destination : Middlesbrough 
Ruswarp (4mins) : Sleights (9mins) : Grosmont (17mins) : Egton (21mins) : Glaisdale (26mins) : Lealholm (33mins) : Danby (40mins) : Castleton Moor (44mins) : Commondale (48mins) : Kildale (55mins) : Battersby (1hr) : Great Ayton (1hr8mins) : Nunthorpe (1hr14mins) : Gypsy Lane (1hr18mins) : Marton (1hr21mins) : James Cook (1hr23mins) : Middlesbrough (1hr30mins) 
Destination : Pickering 
Route :Grosmont (25mins) : Goathland (44mins) : Levisham (1hr10mins) : Pickering (1hr30mins) 
Scarborough has a more comprehensive train service, then you'd need to get the bus between Scarborough and Whitby : 
Trains from Scarborough :  
There is a Transpennine Express service to York, Leeds, Manchester Piccadilly and Liverpool Lime Street. 
Northern Rail operate a service to Filey, Bridlington, Hull and Sheffield via the Yorkshire Coast Line 
On summer Saturdays, East Midlands Trains operate a service from London St Pancras via Doncaster 
From 31 May to 13 September, West Coast Railways run a Steam train service from Leeds to Scarborough 
Travel coast to coast across spectacular Lancashire and Yorkshire landscapes from Carnforth to Scarborough. 
North Yorkshire Moors Railway (NYMR) Steam Trains run from 24 March to 4 November 2018 
Daily services between Pickering and Whitby 
Run by volunteers.  Not for profit
Bus Travel
You can travel to Whitby on the X93 Arriva Bus from either Middlesbrough or Scarborough. 
The bus travels from Middlesbrough via : 
Guisborough, Moorsholm, Scaling Dam and Aislaby
The bus travels from Scarborough via : 
Fylingthorpe, Robin Hood's Bay and Hawsker Village