Pictures From My Tours And Travels Around Yorkshire

Welcome to this page of my site featuring pictures from day trips and overnight stays around my home county of Yorkshire.

Beverley. Historic market town situated in The East Riding Of Yorkshire and located about 10 miles north of The City Of Hull

Beverley. This scene is in the town centre of this beautiful historic town and was taken during summer 2005.

Bridlington. Popular family seaside resort situated in East Yorkshire and noted for its nice clean sands and beaches.

Flamborough Head Cliffs. This scene is located between Thornwick Nab and Breil Nook. Taken during the summer of 2007.

Flamborough Head Lighthouse. Situated on the East Yorkshire Coast between Filey and Bridlington. This scene was taken during the summer of 2007.

Filey. Small seaside town situated on The North Yorkshire Coast about 10 miles south of Scarborough.

Scarborough. The family favourite seaside resort of the entire Yorkshire Coast and has something for everyone.

Scarborough. This scene is in the North Bay of this resort looking towards its picturesque Scalby Ness Rocks and taken during the summer of 2005.

Scarborough. The return of Steam to this resort which is now a regular Summer holiday family event. This is The Scarborough Spa Express departing.

Pickering. Historic market town situated about 15 miles west of Scarborough and home to The North York Moors Steam Railway.

Goathland Village. Famous for the TV series Hartbeat and is the most popular tourist village of The North York Moors National Park.

The North York Moors Railway. This scene is at Goathland station and was taken during the summer of 2007

Robin Hoods Bay. This scene is looking up King Street and taken during the Autumn of 2004.

Robin Hoods Bay. One of the most lovely fishing villages of the Yorkshire Coast and this scene is looking into the village from the boat harbour.

Whitby. Picturesque seaside and fishing town located on 1 of the most beautiful parts of The Yorkshire Coast about 10 miles north of Robin Hoods Bay.

Whitby. My best taken picture of this Picturesque seaside town. This is almost a picture postcard view of the south shore and Church Street Cottages.

Whitby. This is at the north side of the town where you get contrasting views of Church Street cottages and its Abbey overlooking the cliffside.

Sandsend. Popular small seaside village situated about 2 miles north of Whitby and the most scenic part of The North Yorkshire Coast.

York. The Capital City of Yorkshire and 1 of England's most beautiful. This scene is looking towards its Minster Church and taken during winter 2005.

York. This scene is the River Ouse and was taken from Skeldergate Bridge during the Winter of 2005

York. This scene is in High Petergate looking towards Bootham Bar, 1 of the City Wall's landmarks.

This scene is in the Busy area of Stonegate and was taken during Christmas 2005.

York. This scene is in Grape Lane and 1 of the busiest tourist areas near The Shambles. Taken during Christmas 2005.

Knaresborough. Historic Market town situated in lower Nidderdale about 4 miles east of Harrogate. Taken during the summer of 2003.

Harrogate. My home town and this is 1 of the nicest parts of the Stray area in Montpellier Gardens and taken during the winter of 2004.

Harrogate. This scene is in the beautiful Valley Gardens and the Pavillion Cafe is 1 of the towns most historic buildings.

Harrogate. This scene is looking towards Christ Church situated on the stray and is 1 of Harrogate's most famous landmarks.

Ripon. One of England's smallest City's and more of a Market Town located 12 miles North of Harrogate at the foot of Wensleydale.

Fountains Abbey. Located about 3 miles southwest of The City Of Ripon and 1 of Yorkshire's biggest historic Monuments and enjoyed by many visitors.

Burnsall. Situated in The Yorkshire Dales in lovely Wharfedale and is home to Yorkshire Cricket.

Kettlewell. One of the most beautiful and enjoyed Wharfedale villages. Taken during the Summer of 2005 while on a long distance walk.

Goredale Scar. Another of the Yorkshire Dales most enjoyed beauty spots, Situated in picturesque Malhamdale

Malham. One of the most popular walking villages within The Yorkshire Dales and is located on The Pennine Way, Englands first long distance footpath.

Ribblehead Viaduct. Situated in Ribblesdale and is part of England's most scenic railway known to many as The Settle To Carlisle Line.

Bainbridge. Like Burnsall it is another of The Yorkshire Dales most enjoyed villages with its tidy Village Green and is located in Wensleydale.

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