12. More Whitby Streets, buildings and the 199 steps!
Baxtergate, Church Street, Sandgate
Scenes of Whitby and surrounding area
On the west side of Whitby, Baxtergate, one of the main shopping streets, runs down to the harbour near the swing bridge.
Whitby Merchant Seamens Hospital Houses founded in 1675 (refurbished 1996) on Church Street on the east side of the river.
Church Street in Regatta Weekend - very busy, great atmosphere
Church Street - heading north towards the 199 steps.
Church Street leading to the 199 steps at its far end.
The Whitby Bookshop in Church Street is very good, well worth a visit, best bookshop in Whitby!
Sandgate, which leads into Market Place
The Old Town Hall of Whitby, Market Place, Church Street, erected by Nathaniel Cholmley in 1798.
Some impressive columns support the upper floors of the old Town Hall.
A bit of street entertainment from a hurdy-gurdy between the pillars of the old Town Hall.
The foot of the 199 Steps on a busy Bank Holiday!
The foot of the 199 steps up to St Mary's Church and Whitby Abbey.
Views of the harbour entrance from the 199 steps.
Pictures of North Yorkshire, England
docspics photos images © Dr Phil Brown