Whitby Pickering & Scarborough Railway

A Virtual Layout in Trainz: A New Era

The layout is based in the 1950s and uses only assets freely available on the Download Centre.
Consequently much original detail cannot be recreated.
The terrain is created from a digital OS map and so is reasonably accurate as are distances and rail line gradients.
The project is very long term and has initially centred on the Whitby area with lines from north of Sandsend to Ravenscar and from Whitby Town to Goathland in place, though scenery is far from complete.
Photos are screen shots from the layout.

Contact info: djw_bcca@yahoo.ca

Approaching Sandsend from the north.

Passing through Sandsend station with its camping coaches.

Sandsend Viaduct.

Sandsend Viaduct and Lythe Bank.

L1 on East Row viaduct.

L1 on East Row viaduct.

On Upgang viaduct.

Looking over Spider's Web Pool.
Limited by what is on the Download Centre.
I once swam in this pool ... and it was very, very cold.

Arriving at Whitby West Cliff station.

Leaving Whitby West Cliff.

Passing through Whitby.

Heading towards Larpool viaduct.

On Larpool viaduct.

Heading south from Larpool to Hawsker.

At Hawsker station.

Heading into Robin Hood's Bay.

Trains ready to leave Robin Hood's Bay heading north up the hill to Hawsker and Whitby Weest Cliff.

Whitby Town MPD (50G).

Whitby Town station, train at Platform 4.

Whitby Town station, standing on Platform 2/3.

Leaving Whitby Town.

Approaching the gas works and Larpool Viaduct.

Passing beneath Larpool Viaduct.

Approaching Ruswarp.

Entering Ruswarp station.

Crossing the Esk at Ruswarp.

In Sleights station.

One of several crossings over the Esk between Sleights and Grosmont.

Entering Grosmont station, Platform 3 (for Goathland and Pickering).

Leaving Grosmont.

Approaching Grosmont from the south through the tunnel.

Grosmont, Whitby train in Platform 2.