Whitby Transportation

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    Captain Cook Tours

    by yooperprof Written Aug 5, 2006

    Captain James Cook, English navigator and explorer, was from North Yorkshire and spent part of his adolescence in Whitby. This tourist excursion takes visitors on a complete reprisal of his epochal "round the world" 1768-71 voyage to the Antipodes. Those on board will be gone for a full two and a half years, and will experience all of the hardships of the orignal journey.

    Not really.

    I think the tour lasts for an hour or two. It looks like fun.

    The tiny ship was tossed. . . .
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    LIft to the beach

    by Britannia2 Written Jun 2, 2006

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    Ther e is a cliff lift fron the promenade on the west cliff down to the beach near to the Hands on Science exhibition building.
    The fare is 60p each way with concessions (as at May 2006) and this saves a long walk down and especially back up on the very steep paths.

    The lift to the beach at west cliff

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    Geting to and from Whitby

    by Lensmeister Written Jun 29, 2005

    From my own travels I can really only recommend this way ot getting whitby.

    From your location to York. Outside the station, you can get the bus from outside the station. The Yorkshire Coastliner is the bus to get. Buses are usually busy as the bus starts in leeds. Chek the website for the fares and the times.

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    Open top bus tour

    by suvanki Updated Jan 29, 2005

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    From 10.00 - 16.25, hourly tours around Whitby, set off from The Whalebones, West Cliff, calling at West Cliff, (NorthPromenade),Moorlands Hotel, Whitby Abbey, Church St Captain Cook Museum,Longbourne Rd (Co-Op superstore)
    and Pier Road, Lifeboat Station.

    Adults £4
    Students/YHA £3
    Over 60's/under 16's £3
    Children under 5 free
    Family (2 adults/2 children) £10
    Local single journey £1

    Ticket valid all day, pay driver on entering bus.

    For those with mobility problems, this is a good way to avoid climbing the steps to the Abbey.

    You can also jump off, and wander round near the drop off points, then catch the tour later.
    Although I didn't use this bus, people I met who had used it had enjoyed this way of seeing Whitbys sights!

    Whitby Bus Tour Sign
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    • Seniors
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    Touring the Coast

    by hayward68 Updated Nov 29, 2002

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    While visiting Whitby you can take a sightseeing trip aboard several different boats such as the one pictured. They take you along the shoreline and show you various sites along the way.
    Head down the the harbour and you'll see signs advertising various tours.

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