a view of tate hill sands and whitbys west cliff across the harbour st marys chruch and the cottages below on tate hill whitby walking down whitbys famous 199 steps on a stormy day boats moored in the upper harbour of whitby, the swing bridge can be seen at the right leading to the lower harbour looking along whitbys west pier after sunset lit by the warm glow of streetlights and the last light of the day a view of whitby and west cliff on a stormy day whalebone arch at whitby west cliff comemorates the whaling industry that was once a major part of town life the town of whitby viewed from the east cliff looking down on the rooftops the remains of whitby abbey, the abbey was destroyed in 1540 during the dissolution of the monasteries whitby abbey and pond the ruins of the Benedictine whitby abbey close up on of the ruins of whitby abbey a view of whitby from west cliff looking across the lower harbour to rows of cottages with the abbey and church on the hill bright yellow trourist cruise boat on whitby lower harbour with the abbey behind whitby harbour viewed from the top of the light house a still dusk over whitby lower harbour, with the piers, lighhouses, fishermans cottages and the abbey on the hill in view headland to the east of whitby with the landmark abbey ruins on top view down the stone west pier to the Whitby West Breakwater Light fishing boats docked along the quayside fish market at whitby red tiled roofline off the fishing port of whitby a classic tall ship style vessel on whitby lower harbour a yellow whitby tour bus drives past the abbey ruins

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