PUFFERS OF PICKERING
Tourist attractions that are nearest to Puffers of Pickering.
Levisham Station is owned by the North Yorkshire Moors Railway. The forest can be entered from here or a train taken to Newtondale Halt. Alternatively use Newtondale Forest Drive for vehicle access.
Access to this area is informal. Take the access road to the campsite and parking is available near the office building on the left hand side of the road.
Founded by St Cedd, a monk from Lindisfarne who became a missionary to the East Saxons for whom he was consecrated Bishop, the Celtic monastery of Lastingham was a place of prayer, study and hospitality and one of the cradles of Christianity in Britain.
Moorland nature reserve
Adderstone Field was formerly part of one the hill farms located on the upland plateau. Adjacent to the Forest Drive, it has open pine and beech woods on two sides. A popular site on a sunny day in ...
A small 'railway halt' in the heart of Newtondale giving access to walks on forest and moor. The spectacular scenery combined with the sight and sound of steam locomotives make this a place not to be ...