Follow in the footsteps of Bram Stoker’s Dracula by climbing the town’s 199 steps (tradition demands you should count them as you go). Starting among a slew of idiosyncratic shops, the steps clamber up the cliffside, slowly revealing more and more of the red-roofed town. At the top you’ll find Whitby Abbey, as decorously ruined […]
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Whitby has a very diverse and unique history. The images in the gallery below are in some way related to Whitby’s history. You may click on these thumbnails to see larger pictures. If you have any images you would like to display in this gallery then please send them to Glenn at email@example.com. Images sent will be displayed here and will also be offered for sale to site readers with all the proceeds going to the RNLI which is the designated charity of Real Whitby.
Right on the headland, 199 steps up from the cobbled quayside and smack next door to the famous ruined Abbey sits Abbey House. YHA’s new home in Whitby.
The History Of Whitby A new plaque has been erected at the north-east corner of the Donkey Field (Jacky Field). Picture and transcription submitted by Nigel Ward, who has been working with Councillor Tom Brown to achieve ‘Village Green’ status for this historic green space in the heart of Whitby. 1 The interior of 19th […]
A list of blog posts from travellers and visitors to Whitby. Some very interesting reads. http://www.travelpod.com/blogs/0/United%20Kingdom/Whitby.html
It has been many years since I first heard those fateful words! Since then, I have made the decision to retire to the seaside, to Whitby on the Yorkshire coast. If you know my story, you may think this a rather strange decision to make! But I get ahead of myself… You, dear reader, are […]