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|Swainby & Whorlton Castle||31/03/2022||1:08:50||Country||43||2.5||1||2||5||15||a|
|Whitby Town Route||29/01/2022||1:39:20||Urban||97||3.8||0||0||2||26||b|
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Whitby, YO21 3HA
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Between 1753 and 1833 how many whales were brought back to Whitby?
In the 18th and 19th centuries dozens of ships braved the Arctic seas off Greenland to hunt whales for their lucrative whale oil. This whalebone arch dates back to 1853.
Tthe original abbey and monastery was founded when the king of Northumbria sent which Abbess to Whitby in AD 657?
This seat was erected to mark which anniversary of Bam Stokers death in April 1980?
Which two letters can be seen below the year of construction (1888)?
This building, designed by R Lennard, has been used as an architects office, antique dealers, and also a dance studio.
The author known by his pseudonym Lewis Carroll first came to Whitby for two months in the summer of 1854. In which year did he last visit Whitby?
What is the name of the building directly opposite the boulder that can be seen high up, written in a large white typeface?
The boulder is an ancient horse mounting block. These blocks were commonly used in the 18th century.
This building was scheduled under the Town & Country Planning act as being of special architectural and historical interest in which year?
Did you know this is just one of many Grade II listed buildings in Whitby?
In which year did the Green Howards (Yorkshire Regiment) lose 151 men and 5 officers in the far north or Norway?
Which street was recorded in 1539 as a Kings Highway?
In which year was was the Whitby Bridge erected?
Search the building for an oval stone plaque. Who was the Old Town Hall built by?
The Old Town Hall was built in 1788 on the site of an old tollbooth that had become decayed.
In which year was this pier lengthened to 105 yards?
Tate Hill Pier was originally known as Burgess Pier as it was constructed by the Burgesses of Whitby.
Within the garden is a statue of which poet?
Did you know Cædmon is the earliest English poet whose name is known?
In which year was this part of the church was constructed?
The original church was built on this site around 1110 and has seen many additions and alterations. Bam Stoker used the graveyard as the setting for Dracula.
In which year did the 'new wing' of the mansion lose its roof?
In 2000 English Heritage converted the ruined mansion into a visitor centre and museum.
Which item of jewellery is shown in picture number 4?
In the direction of the Whitby Visitor Centre and the Town Centre is a Memorial Museum dedicated to who (two words)?
We may well discover more about Captain James Cook later in this trail...
The Potato (Tatie) Market is where the Abbott of Whitby had his toll booth prior to which year?
In January of which year was the first foundation stone laid for the first swing bridge?
This memorial was donated by the People of Whitby and which party (three words)?
What was built in the early 1900s that became the home of Whitby's fish market (two words)?
How many tons of sandstone were ordered for the repairs and enlargements to the piers between 1789 and 1861?
Who is the engineer that is named on this plaque (two words)?
Did you know Francis Pickernell also designed the first Whitby Swing Bridge that opened in 1835? The date on this plaque, A.D. MDCCCLXXI, is the year 1871.
This 'Pounder Gun' was salvaged from the wreck of which steamer?
The African Transport was a coal cargo ship built in 1913 and lost in 1918 during the First World War.
When complete, how long (in miles) will the England Coast Path be?
Four ships are listed; the Endeavour, the Discovery, the Adventure, and which other ship?
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Whitby Town Route