"Steps to the Sea" ~ east coast ~ Whitby, North Yorkshire, England

Bucket List: For so many reasons I want to visit Whitby. "Steps to the Sea" ~ east coast ~ Whitby, North Yorkshire, England ~M x

Whitby covered by snow, North Yorkshire, England - Mmmm, hot tea, warm blanket, fire place, sitting with your loved one near the window and watching how the snow is covering the streets of Whitby, i a romantic  moment of a lifetime. Honeymoon doesn't need to be on the beach, this is also a good option :)

This is where Bram Stoker's Count Dracula first set foot in England : Whitby, North Yorkshire, England

Looking through a door of Whitby Abbey at the West Cliff Beaches, England

Looking through a door of Whitby Abbey at the West Cliff Beaches, England. It's a long time since I've been to Whitby but I remember loving it there

Scarborough, North Yorkshire, England Looking back towards the town from the harbour   18&17 Oct 13

Scarborough, North Yorkshire, England Looking back towards the town from the harbour 1817 Oct 13

View From Whitby Cliffs, North Yorkshire, England

View From Whitby Cliffs, North Yorkshire, England Missing this place, soon we shall revisit

At St Mary's Church in Whitby, North Yorkshire, which inspired Bram Stoker when writing his classic novel Dracula, graves are in danger of crumbling down the cliffside after constant landslips in recent weeks. The historic graveyard has been closed for over a century, but human bones were discovered during a landslide last month.

Pictures of the day: 10 January 2013

Landslide at 'Dracula' churchyard.The exposed cliff below St Mary's Church in Whitby,North Yorkshire,England. Whitby featured in Bram Stoker’s classic novel "Dracula".

Whitby Harbour, Yorkshire, England - Whitby Harbour by John Hill

trevorgoyette: “ laterooms: “ Whitby Harbour with the ruined Abbey beyond. North Yorkshire, England (by John Hill on Fivehundredpx) ” Whitby, England ”

St Mary's graveyard, Whitby, England   A bit of history-  This used to be a real draw for Goths at Halloween, set as it is overlooking the abbey that Bram Stoker used as a setting for his Dracula novels (although they were banned last year from posing in tombs). It is one of the country’s most striking settings, looking out to the North Sea. Watch out too for the unusual names on the graves – Humpty Dumpty and Tom Thumb for example.

Great cemeteries of the world - Telegraph

Hometown.

Gorgeous photo of Whitby, North Yorkshire, England. A place that's very close to my heart.

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