Scarborough to Whitby Railway Line

Former railway line

  • Footpath and Bridleway
  • Sustran Cycle Route No. 1
  • Rail history
  • Green corridor
  • Off road link to villages
  • Coastal walks
  • Dogs welcome (some restrictions apply)

The Scarborough to Whitby Railway Line saw its last train journey in 1965. The line is now a permissive right of way, allowing walkers, cyclists and horse riders to use it.

The line is one of the most scenic in the Scarborough Borough and provides a valuable amenity passing through beautiful and varied areas such as Hayburn Wyke, Ravenscar and Robin Hood’s Bay.

 

The old Scarborough to Whitby railway line
Cycle route sign
Park facilities: 
Cycle path Cycle path
Disabled access Disabled access
Dogs welcome Dogs welcome
On-street parking On-street parking
Walks Walks
Wildlife Wildlife