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Scarborough Station (Scarborough)

Scarborough Station is the railway station serving the popular Yorkshire seaside town of Scarborough.

The station was built by G. T. Andrews in 1844, and the Clock Tower was added in 1884.

Two lines reach Scarborough.

One comes from York by way of Malton.

The other comes from Hull, via Beverley, Driffield, Bridlington and Filey.

Another line formerly ran along the coast to Ravenscar, Robin Hood`s Bay, Whitby, Staithes and Redcar.

Yet another ran to Pickering.

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