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A bus ride along the Yorkshire coast from Scarborough to Whitby


A journey with some spectacular coastal views. A delightful mixture of moorland and coast. To make this journey take the 93 or X93 from Scarborough railway station. Operator Arriva. journey time just over 1 hour. Some of these busses run through to Middlesborough some only run as far as Whitby.Throughout the day in the week this is a half hourly service.

Also see my
ride on Scarborough's cliff lift


View from the bus as we start out from Scarborough railway station.

View from the bus as we start out from Scarborough railway station.





On the road leaving Scarborough.

On the road leaving Scarborough shortly before we climb onto the North Yorkshire Moors.





Crossing the North Yorkshire moors next to the coast this picture does not do justice to how spectacular the scenery is.

Crossing the North Yorkshire moors next to the coast this picture does not do justice to how spectacular the scenery is.





Moors to sea

About to drop down off the moors to Fylingthorpe and Robin Hoods Bay.


When the bus arrives in Robin Hoods Bay you may choose to break your journey here with the frequency of buses here it will not cause you any problems if you have plenty of time. This is a very attractive little coastal village. The bus drops you of at the top of the village it is a very steep but pleasant walk down to the sea. Have a little look round with me its well worth it.


Fylingthorpe

view as the bus levels off as it enters Fylingthorpe just before Robin Hoods Bay.


When the bus arrives in Robin Hoods Bay you may choose to break your journey here with the frequency of buses here it will not cause you any problems if you have plenty of time. This is a very attractive little coastal village. The bus drops you of at the top of the village it is a very steep but pleasant walk down to the sea. Have a little look round with me its well worth it.


 View from above Robin Hoods Bay

View from above Robin Hoods Bay.





The road heading down through Robin Hoods Bay towards the Sea.

The road heading down through Robin Hoods Bay towards the Sea





Robin Hoods Bay

About half way down to the this really is a pleasant walk.





Boats on the road at Robin Hoods Bay.

Nearly at the sea.







The Bay Hotel Robin Hoods Bay.

The Bay Hotel Robin Hoods Bay. Interestingly this is the official end of the coast to coast walk that crosses northern England from the Irish sea at St Bees in Cumbria to the North sea here.

To see St Bees Head and St Bee's station. see my
train ride from Lancaster to Carlisle via Barrow in Furness and the Cumbrian coast
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The Slipway at Robin Hoods Bay. The tide is out today.

The Slipway at Robin Hoods Bay. The tide is out today.





Slipway Robin Hoods Bay

Stood on the slipway at Robin Hoods Bay some months earlier with the tide in.





Robin Hoods Bay from the Beach

Looking back at Robin Hoods Bay from the beach.





On the beach at Robin Hoods Bay.

On the beach at Robin Hoods Bay a word of warning the tide does come in very quickly here.


Once you are ready to leave walk back up the hill to rejoin the bus at the stop where you alighted. Of course you may have chosen to stay on the bus and not looked round Robin Hoods Bay. Either way let us continue our Journey. Journey time to Whitby is now about 20 minutes. The coastal views are still fantastic.


Looking towards Whitby.

It is not long before Whitby comes into view in the distance Whitby Abbey can be seen in this shot.





Crossing the river Esk above Whitby.

Crossing the river Esk above Whitby before we turn down into the town.





Whitby bus station. Coastliner can be seen waiting for departure to Leeds.

Arrival at Whitby bus station. Coastliner can be seen waiting for departure to Leeds in this shot.





 Click here to see a journey from Leeds to York
Click here to see journey from Leeds to York
 Click here to see journey from Sheffield  to Leeds .


 Coastliner Routes.

Please note if you use one of the X services they do not stop at all stops and bypass some areas. Also some of the NON X services vary routes slightly at times Please see timetables for more details if in doubt ask the driver.


 Non Coastliner Routes.


Visit the Coastliner website for more information.



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