York & North Yorkshire

Webcam views of York & North Yorkshire

Take a look at some landmarks and locations from around North Yorkshire.

Click on the links to see the latest webcam views. If you know of any others send the details to northyorkshire@bbc.co.uk

Harrogate Harlow Carr

Our webcam at RHS Garden Harlow Carr in Harrogate overlooks the main borders.

Image caption Harrogate Harlow Carr

The beds change dramatically with the seasons and are a mixture of colourful flowering perennials, ornamental grasses and shrubs from late spring through to late autumn.

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Ingleborough

Image caption Ingleborough

Ingleborough is the second largest mountain in Yorkshire.

Together with Whernside and Penyghent it forms part of the three peaks on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales National Park.

Webcam image courtesy of Ingleborough Webcam

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Robin Hood's Bay

Image caption Robin Hood's Bay

This webcam overlooks the picturesque fishing village of Robin Hood's Bay, situated on the North Yorkshire coast, between Whitby and Scarborough.

The village with its narrow streets and quaint cottages and houses, is one of the most beautiful villages on the English coastline.

Webcam image courtesy of www.rhbmesh.net.

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Scarborough Beach

Image caption South Bay, Scarborough

This webcam is perched high above Scarborough Spa, so you can check out the tide, the weather and enjoy a great view of the South Bay.

In 1620 the medicinal benefits of the water trickling over the rocks were discovered by a Mrs Farrer.

By the 1690s the wells were famous and Scarborough had made its first steps not only as a Spa town but as the original English seaside resort.

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Skyreholme

Image caption Skyreholme

Skyreholme is a small hamlet near Appletreewick in the beautiful Yorkshire Dales.

Skyreholme is an old Norse name meaning 'bright water-meadow'.

This webcam overlooks the rocky summit of Simon's Seat.

Webcam image courtesy of www.skyreholme.org.

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Swaledale

Image caption Swaledale

This webcam looks south from Low Row in Swaledale, which is in the northern part of the Yorkshire Dales national park.

Over generations the people of the Dales have shaped the landscape and left a legacy of history, folklore and legend.

The language of the Vikings can still be heard all around in the local dialect and the village place names.

Webcam image courtesy of Swaledale Home.

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Whitby Sea View

Image caption Whitby harbour

This webcam is situated in the harbour at Whitby and looks out to sea, giving a fantastic view of the weather on the East Coast.

Whitby is still a working fishing port and the boats can be seen tied up along the harbourside after a day at sea.

The old town has hardly changed since Captain James Cook set off on his voyage to discover Australia in the 18th century.

Webcam image courtesy of www.whitbyonline.co.uk.

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Whitby swing bridge

Image caption Whitby swing bridge

Whitby swing bridge is 100 years old and joins the east and west sides of Whitby.

During high tides the bridge opens every 30 minutes on the hour and at half past the hour.

Keep an eye on the image and you'll see it opening and closing.

Whitby is dominated by the ruined Abbey on the cliff top and was the inspiration for Bram Stoker's Dracula.

Webcam image courtesy of whitbyswingbridge.co.uk.

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Whitby town view

Image caption Whitby harbour

This is the second of two webcams situated in the harbour and looks up the River Esk towards the town.

Apart from being famous for Dracula and Captain Cook, many interesting fossils have been found in Whitby.

They include ammonites and entire skeletons of pterodactyls.

Webcam image courtesy of Whitby Online - Whitby

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York Minster

Image caption York Minster

This webcam looks over Deangate towards the south facing door of York Minster, the largest gothic cathedral in northern Europe.

A sculpture of the Roman Emperor Constantine the Great can be seen in front of the grassy area.

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BBC Radio York bus

Image caption BBC Radio York bus

You'll see the view from the BBC Radio York bus. The view will change depending on where the bus is.

The webcam will only be switched on when the bus is on location so this page might show the final image the camera took when it was last out and about.

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Technical information

Please note that webcam images may occasionally be unavailable or fail to update due to technical, operational or weather issues. Apologies for any disappointment if you notice a problem.

If you know of any other webcams in North Yorkshire, send the details to northyorkshire@bbc.co.uk.

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