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Captain Cook Museum in Whitby

The Museum is in the 17th century house on Whitby's harbour where the young James Cook lodged as apprentice. It was here Captain Cook trained as a seaman, leading to his epic voyages of discovery. See Website www.cookmuseumwhitby.co.uk

North York Moors Eastern Moors and Coast

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Yorkshirewalks.org for free details of over 450 walking routes mainly in North Yorkshire

http://www.yorkshirecoastfossils.co.uk/
Situated close to the historic port of Situated close to the historic port of Whitby on the North Yorkshire Heritage Coast, Yorkshire Coast Fossils has now been supplying customers with high quality fossil specimens and Whitby Jet jewellery for over 20 years.  Whitby Fossils

Sailing from her home port of Whitby Sailing you can

cruise the waters where Captain James Cook learned his craft www.sailjollyswagman.co.uk

Elizabeth Whitby in North Yorkshire's very own Whitby Steam Bus and tourist attraction here

Ruswarp Miniature Railway Line Length: 700 yards, Circular
First opened: 1990 www.ruswarp-miniature-railway.com

Whitby Old Life Boat For pleasure boat trips to sea here

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