Grosmont is the northern terminus of the North York Moors Steam Railway, and also a stop on the Esk Valley railway, which means that the North York Moors railway links into the national rail system. Most of the current village was built as a home for the works on the Pickering to Whitby line, so it is somewhat fitting that the northern terminus of part of that line is now the main attraction in the village!
Anyone looking for the remains of Grosmont Castle will be disappointed - it is in Monmouthshire!
The village takes its name from Grosmont Priory, which was on the opposite side of the Esk.
Stations on both the Esk Valley and North York Moors railways.
Grosmont is on Ordnance Survey Explorer Map OL27 (North Yorks Moors Eastern Area)