Tuesday 12th July at 7.00 pm
The price of £8.00 per person includes an information pack and audio enhancement
This tour takes a route along a stretch of riverbank via Navigation Wharf, now a forgotten backwater, telling the story of Malton’s 18th and 19th century transport and trade, and life before the motor car. This area of town was once an extremely important area bustling with life, and the station was once a noisy place with an imposing railway goods handling building, an outsized cattle dock, and extensive coal sidings that served a wide area. Come and learn about how and where it all happened! (Tour length- 1 ½ hour).
This tour starts at the entrance to Navigation Wharf on Yorkersgate, opposite side to Malton Museum.
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