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Situated about 25 miles east of Middlesbrough
Railway type and traffic
Local passenger services to Saltburn plus potash freight trips to and from Boulby.
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Saltburn is a small town on the north east coast. Typical northern weather, a coat is usually advisable!
At the end of the A174 continue across the long roundabout (second exit) and continue down Marske Road. You can either look out for Hilda Place which is a left turn and turn left into Milton Street or - Continue along Marske Road which changes in to Windsor Road at the end turn left and take the second left into Milton Street. The location is at the end of Milton Street.Click here to set up your location for directions to this location Saltburn by the Sea - Riding School map co-ordinates
There is a car park next to the station.
There is a half hourly railway service to Saltburn from Darlington and MiddlesbroughClick here to set up your location for directions to this location
There are plenty of shops in the town centre.
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Saltburn by the Sea - Riding School
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General views - All photographs © Craig Allan unless otherwise stated
Fig 1 - Sidings
A good view of the Boulby branch joining the main line. It is also next to the siding at Saltburn which would be used to stable charters etc, although it's rarely used.
Fig 2 - Foot Crossing
A foot crossing that has good views in either direction. It is on the side of an embankment and I found it necessary to be on the "wrong side" to take photos, however there is plenty of space between the boundary fence and the track and none of the drivers seemed bothered by me, even got a friendly wave from one of the 56 drivers! :)
Fig 3 - Cliff Lift
If you have a space half an hour or so to fill, the cliff lift is also worth a look.
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