Whitby Civic Society

The present Civic Society was formed in 1996, to protect buildings in the town which were under threat and to enhance the pride of Whitby people in their town.

http://www.whitbycivicsociety.org.uk/

William Scoresby Snr. (1760-1829) whaler, arctic voyager and inventor of the crow's nest lived here

No 13 Bagdale, Whitby, United Kingdom

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Phil May (1864-1903) Cartoonist, stayed here on his visits to Whitby.

?, Whitby, United Kingdom

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Martin Simpson (1800-1892) Geologist, author and curator of the Whitby Museum housed in this building for over 100 years

Quayside fish restaurant (former Whitby Museum), Whitby, United Kingdom

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Bagdale Hall erected c. 1530 It was once the home of Capt. Browne Bushell (b. 1609) who was executed for treason in March 1651

1 Bagdale, Whitby, United Kingdom

Elizabeth Gaskell (1810-1865) novelist and biographer stayed here in 1859

1 Abbey Terrace, Whitby, United Kingdom

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Charles Lutwidge Dodgson (1812-1898) mathematician and author better known as Lewis Carroll stayed here on six visits to Whitby between 1854-71

East Terrace, Whitby, United Kingdom

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Bram Stoker (1847-1912) Author of Dracula stayed here 1890-1896

6 Royal Crescent, Whitby, United Kingdom

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Erected c.1390 this building was a former three-bay timber-framed merchant house

? Church Street, Whitby, United Kingdom

Reverend George Young DD (1777-1848) pastor, geologist & historian of Whitby lived here 1826-1848

1 St Hilda's Terrace, Whitby, United Kingdom

Margaret Storm Jameson (1891-1986) novelist. Hon.D.Litt. lived here from 1903-09.

Ladysmith Avenue, Whitby, United Kingdom

Whitby Railway Station opened 1847 and built to the design of George T. Andrews architect to the York & North Midland Railway Company.

Langbourne Road, Whitby, United Kingdom

Here lived Robert Elliot Pannett JP (1834-1920) alderman and benefactor of the town of Whitby.

Normamby Terrace, Whitby, United Kingdom

In 1942 Robert Watmore, aged 19 the only person killed in Whitby by enemy attack in the 2nd world war.

North Promenade - Near Metropole Hotel, Whitby, United Kingdom

Frank Meadow Sutcliffe had a studio here 1894-1922

7 Skinner Street, Whitby, United Kingdom

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Said to be the oldest surviving building in Whitby.

159 Church Street, Whitby, United Kingdom

The first stagecoach to York from Whitby in 1788 operated from this inn.

White Horse and Griffin, 87 Church Street, Whitby, United Kingdom

Elizabeth Gaskell (1810-1865) novelist & biographer stayed here in 1859

Abbey Terrace, Whitby, United Kingdom

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The Weatherill family, George, Mary, Sarah Ellen, Elizabeth & Richard, Artists, lived here 1864-1923

4 Park Terrace, Whitby, United Kingdom

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Vice-Admiral Sir William Clarkson KBE, CMG, RAN 1859-1934 co-founder of the Royal Australian Navy born here

10 St. Hilda's Terrace, Whitby, United Kingdom

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Arthur Machen (1863-1947) journalist and man of letters stayed here in November 1916

New Angel Hotel, New Quay Road, Whitby, United Kingdom

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