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Brian the FishmanGet to grips with this great coastal walk, right here in North Yorkshire.

Old shipyardFind out about the long history of ship building in Whitby.

Captain Cook's StatueLearn more about Captain Cook and Grape Lane.

Jewellery from Market SquareThe old square is as old as the cobbles feel - find out more.

A dark alley. Out for a quiet pint in the pub? Think again!

Brian the FishmanFollow the smell of fish and you'll end up at the centre of a once large fishing fleet.

St Mary'sThe dramatic happenings of one stormy night brought Dracula to these shores.

Rough seaWhat has a Pope, a line of rugged cliffs and pot of urine got to do with the price of cloth?

Rough seaWith its growing maritime traffic, Whitby, was ideal as a receptacle for all manner of contraband.

Thomas the Tank EngineAs trees are the lungs of the planet, so the railways became the artery of Whitby.
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Captain Cook
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Pressgangs
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Stoker
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Alum
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A holy town

Old shipyard
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