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Walk to Anne Brontes grave at Scarborough

Traveling to Scarborough by car. RAC Route Planner here (external site - opens in a new window)
By Bus & Train, plan your journey here (external site - opens in a new window)
About Scarborough & Tourist Information Centre here (external site - opens in a new window)

The walk begins at Scarborough Harbourside Tourist Information Centre. Harbourside, Sandside.

360 panorama here...

Location map here (external site - opens in a new window) situated on the promenade at the South Bay.

The walk is about ¼ of a mile which is steep at times.

Cross the road. 

Carry on up road which bends to the right.

Continue on up East Sandgate rd

Follow road round to left into Castlegate.

Walk to top of road.........

......Which bears to the left.

Carry on walking, on your right is the Coastguards headquarters. 

Road narrows, keep going straight on.

Across the road, straight ahead is St Mary's Church.

St Mary's Church was not used at the time of Anne's Death, it was being rebuilt.

The sign post takes you to Anne Brontes grave.


Photos & Information about Annes Grave here...


Walk from Tourist Information Centre to Haworth Steam Preserved Railway Station

Railway Children Walk part 1

Railway Children Walk part 2

Haworth to Bronte Waterfall

Walk from Bronte Waterfall to Top Withens

Ponden Reservoir, Ponden Kirk, Ponden Clough

Walk to Wycoller from the Country Park car park

Walk from Scarborough Tourist Information Centre to Anne Brontes grave
The Great Northern Railway Trail
Walk/Cycle from Haworth to Hebden Bridge

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