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Whitby West Cliff railway station

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A RAILWAY JOURNEY FROM SCARBOROUGH (SCALBY) TO WHITBY (WEST CLIFF).

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A RAILWAY JOURNEY FROM BOOSBECK TO WHITBY (WEST CLIFF)

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Whitby West Cliff Model Railway layout

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Whitby West Cliff.

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Whitby West Cliff railway station was a railway station on the Whitby Redcar and Middlesbrough Union Railway. It was opened on 3 December 1883, to serve the West Cliff area of the town of Whitby, North Yorkshire, England. It closed on 12 June 1961 meaning trains from Scarborough had to reverse at Prospect Hill junction to go to Whitby.
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