Pictures of the North Yorkshire Moors National Park
With the seaside towns of Whitby and Scarborough on the edge and within easy reach of York, one of the easier to get to National Parks especially if you have your own transport and are in the area. The road to Whitby crosses part of the moors and there is a steam train that runs daily from April to October between Pickering and Whitby stopping at scenic stations website.
Bridestone - North Yorkshire Moors, a harder sandstone cap protects the lower softer layers of this 150 million year old sedimentary deposit giving curiously shaped stones
Bridestones - North Yorkshire Moors
Heather - found across moorland in Britain often colouring whole hillsides and vistas