Local Lines

 

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1.

 

SCARBOROUGH TO YORK

 

 

Built by the York and North Midland Railway

 

Opened 7th July 1845

 

 from 31st July 1854 part of the North Eastern Railway

 

Intermediate stations in Blue closed September 1930

 

 

 

SCARBOROUGH CENTRAL            Transpennine ExpressNorthern

 

LONDESBOROUGH ROAD

 

50E SCARBOROUGH SHED

 

SEAMER                                                Transpennine ExpressNorthern

 

GANTON

 

WEAVERTHORPE

 

HESLERTON

 

RILLINGTON

 

MALTON                                                Transpennine Express

 

HUTTONS AMBRO

 

CRAMBECK SIDINGS

 

CASTLE HOWARD

 

KIRKHAM ABBEY

 

BARTON HILL

 

FLAXTON

 

STRENSALL

 

HAXBY

 

YORK                                                        TranspennineExpressNorthernEASTCOASTCROSSCOUNTRY

 

 

GRANDCENTRAL EAST MIDLAND TRAINS

 

 

 

 

2.

 

SCARBOROUGH TO WHITBY

 

 

Built by the Scarborough & Whitby Railway Company but worked by the North

 

 Eastern Railway Company (line bought by NER in 1897)

 

Opened on 16th July 1885

 

Closed for freight 14th August 1964

 

Closed on 6th March 1965

 

 

SCARBOROUGH CENTRAL     Transpennine ExpressNorthern

 

LONDESBOROUGH ROAD

 

GALLOWS CLOSE

 

SCALBY closed 1953 (except to serve camping coaches)

 

CLOUGHTON

 

HAYBURN WYKE

 

STAINTONDALE

 

PEAK, renamed RAVENSCAR 1897

 

FYLING HALL

 

ROBIN HOODS BAY

 

HAWSKER

 

WHITBY WEST

 

PROSPECT HILL JUNCTION

 

50G WHITBY

 

WHITBY nymr

 

WHITBY                                        Northern

 

 

 

4.

SCARBOROUGH TO PICKERING

 

CKERING

 

"Forge Valley Line"

 

Built and Opened by the North Eastern Railway in 1882

 

 

Closed Saturday 3rd June 1950 (Passenger and Freight)

 

Freight Thornton le Dale quarry to Pickering closed 1964

 

 

SCARBOROUGH CENTRAL   Transpennine ExpressNorthern

 

LONDESBOROUGH ROAD

 

50E SCARBOROUGH SHED

 

SEAMER                                      Transpennine ExpressNorthern

 

FORGE VALLEY

 

WYKEHAM

 

SAWDON

 

SNAINTON

 

WILTON, renamed EBBERSTON 1903

 

THORNTONDALE

 

PICKERING

 

 

 

4.

 

SCARBOROUGH TO BRIDLINGTON

 

 

Built and Opened by the Y&NMR on 5th October 1846

 

SCARBOROUGH CENTRAL    Transpennine ExpressNorthern

 

LONDESBOROUGH ROAD

 

50E SCARBOROUGH SHED

 

SEAMER                                       Transpennine ExpressNorthern

 

CAYTON

 

GRISTHORPE

 

FILEY                                            Northern

 

FILEY HOLIDAY CAMP

 

HUNMANBY                               Northern

 

SPEETON

 

BEMPTON                                   Northern

 

FLAMBOROUGH

 

BRIDLINGTON                           Northern

 

 

 

5.

 

MALTON TO WHITBY

 

 

 

MALTON                                       Transpennine Express

 

50F MALTON closecd 1963

 

RILLINGTON

 

MARISHES ROAD

 

PICKERING nymr

 

LEVISHAM nymr

 

RAINDALE SIDING

 

NEWTONDALE SIDING nymr

 

ELLERBECK SIDING

 

GOATHLAND SUMMIT

 

GOATHLAND nymr

 

BECKHOLE

 

GROSMONT nymr

 

GANTREE SIDING

 

WOODLANDS SIDING

 

SLEIGHTS                                   Northern

 

RUSWARP                                   Northern

 

BOG HALL JUNCTION

 

50G WHITBY

 

WHITBY nymr

 

WHITBY                                        Northern

 

 

Whitby to Grosmont Opened 8th June 1835

 

to Pickering Opened 26th May 1836 until 1845 the line was horse and gravity

 

 operated.

 

In 1845 the line was upgraded for loco haulage by the Y&NMR

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

All

Stations

 

1.

Scarborough-York

 

2.

Scarborough-

Whitby

 

3.

Scarborough- Pickering

 

4.

Scarborough-

Bridlington

 

5.

Malton-

Whitby

 

6.

Scarborough-

Cliff Lifts

 

7.

Scarborough-

Trams

 

8.

North Bay Railway

 

 

Other local railways

 

 

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