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The Moors: journey to the desolate land

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The road between Pickering and Whitby crosses part of the North York Moors National Park. Is about a trip to a desolate land, sterile, where cultivation is a utopia and trees flee to less hostile lands.


There is a tourist train that goes from Pickering to Whitby. The tour takes place in an old steam train and passes through rustic village stations such as Goathland and crosses the wild area of ​​the Moors - which in Spanish is translated by a suspicious “wasteland” - on a wonderful journey towards the romanticism of the lands from Yorkshire. Not surprisingly, these desolate lands - even if they were in Haworth, in its easternmost area of ​​Yorkshire - inspired the Brontë sisters to illustrate the best pages of 19th-century English literature. The railway runs every day from the beginning of April until the end of October.

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