Egton is a railway station on the Esk Valley Line, which runs between Middlesbrough and Whitby via Nunthorpe. The station, situated 7 miles 66 chains (13 km) west of Whitby, serves the villages of Egton and Egton Bridge, Scarborough in North Yorkshire, England. It is owned by Network Rail and managed by Northern Trains.
The station was opened by the North Eastern Railway on 2 October 1865, following the completion of the section of line between Castleton Moor and Grosmont, as proposed by Castleton and Grosmont Railway in an Act passed by Parliament in July 1861.
Henry Allum | Jul 12, 2018
An attractive historic railway station on the scenic Esk Valley Line. Steam trains pass through from time to time.
Reece Foster | Nov 8, 2017
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