Kettleness station

Kettleness station
by David Lamming from Boxford GB on 27 Sep 2020

Kettleness Station on the dismantled Whitby, Redcar and Middlesbrough Railway, with the track bed now laid to grass. The station opened on 3 December 1883 and the line closed to passenger traffic in May 1958 (pre 'Beeching'). What must be one of the most remote stations in England, serving the hamlet of Kettleness on the North Yorkshire coast about 7 miles from Whitby, is now an activity centre and hostel run by East Cleveland scouts. Photograph taken on 25 September 2020.


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