Paul Terry LRPS

Photographer from the North East of England

Whitby View

North Yorkshire Moors Railway steam train SR 926 Repton leaves Whitby along the Esk Valley line to Grosmont and Pickering. The photograph was taken from the high level road bridge overlooking the River Esk, a boat yard and the harbour. In the distance on the right stands Whitby Abbey on the East Cliff.

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  1. Rodger Darbyshire 11 November 2021

    I love this photograph of steam out of Whitby. This is one of my favourite views in the North East, more so when there’s a steam train in it. Everything is in the photographer’s favour here, just the right amount of steam from the locomotive, nice fluffy white clouds in a blue sky and, most importantly, the tide is in. The reflections in the river are much more attractive than brown muddy banks. I’ll have to read the tide tables before I attempt this shot again! A great photograph of a beautiful view.

    • Paul 11 November 2021 — Post author

      Hello Rodger,
      Thank you so much for the lovely comments on my Whitby View image. I’m really glad you like it and hope you get a lot of pleasure from it for many years.
      Please keep checking the website in the future.
      Take care
      Paul Terry LRPS

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