Britain’s Most Scenic Bus Route Series. In May 2018, the Coastliner 840 operated by Transdev Blazefield was awarded Britain’s Most Scenic Bus Route and it is far from difficult to understand why.
Britain’s Most Scenic Bus Route
Britain’s most scenic bus route begins its journey in Leeds Bus Station and ventures forward to the brewery town of Tadcaster. It then sojourns to the historic cathedral city of York. Via Stockton On Forest, it then ventures its way close to Castle Howard before arriving in Malton, Yorkshire’s food capital. The Coastliner 840 then departs towards Old Malton and Eden Camp before arriving at Flamingo Land theme park and zoo at Kirby Misperton. Britain’s most scenic bus route takes us further to Pickering where the North Yorkshire Moors Railway begins its journey to Whitby. The bus then arrives at the idyllic village of Thornton le Dale before brushing with Dalby Forest and arriving at the Hole of Horcum on the North York Moors. It then enters Heartbeat Country arriving at Goathland which was the fictional village of ‘Aidensfield’ in ITV’s Heartbeat. The bus then weaves its way through Sleights and Ruswarp before arriving in the world famous seaside town of Whitby known for its Abbey and Bram Stoker’s Dracula.
Britain’s Most Scenic Bus Route Complete Series
Select the episode below to view the episode of Britain’s Most Scenic Bus Route. Enjoy your journey!
Exploring Britain’s Most Scenic Bus Route for Yourself
It is recommended to watch the videos prior to embarking on this fantastic route. Each episode will give you some useful information of where to alight, what to do when you get there, and interesting intel on where you are heading. You can obtain bus timetables and tickets using the Transdev Go! app available on IOS and Google Android. Alternatively, you can purchase tickets on board the bus or at the bus station in Malton. Please visit www.yorkbus.co.uk for information. Phill James Broadcasting is not associated with Coastliner we’re just a passenger like you!
Coastliner also operate a regular bus service to Scarborough and you will find a documentary for Scarborough in our Yorkshire Files Series coming shortly.
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