Thirty stunning photos taken in Yorkshire in 2019

These images highlight the vibrancy and humanity of Yorkshire in 2019.

The village of Staithes, near Whitby, at night
The village of Staithes, near Whitby, at night

From floods to fires, heritage coming back to life and TV dramas being filmed, there's been plenty to capture in 2019.

Flying Scotsman passes Eggborough power station

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The White Horse and Griffin, a Whitby pub where Captain Cook and Charles Dickens once drank
Visitors at Tickhill Castle, near Doncaster, which is owned by the Crown and only open to the public once a year
Wentworth Woodhouse, near Rotherham, is encased in scaffolding during repairs to its roof
Amanda Owen, the Yorkshire Shepherdess, at her Swaledale sheep farm, Ravenseat
Volunteers at the preserved Scruton Station, near Northallerton, prepare for their annual open day
A view of Salts Mill in Saltaire
The ruins of Pendragon Castle, on the Yorkshire/Cumbria border near Mallerstang
Dent Station on the Settle and Carlisle Railway is a converted holiday let which went up for sale this year
Harewood House, near Leeds, began offering alpaca walking experiences this summer
Workers prepare Mr Kipling Easter treats at the Premier Foods factory near Barnsley
The preserved Victorian cells at Bradford City Hall's police museum
Netflix descended on Saltaire to film their new period drama The English Game
The restored gardens and glasshouses at Wentworth Castle, near Barnsley, have been re-opened under National Trust management
The grounds of Kiplin Hall, near Richmond
North Yorkshire Moors Railway volunteers take a break at Pickering Station
The Sheveling wine estate and wedding venue at Holmfirth Vineyard
Firefighters battle to control the wildfires on Ilkley Moor during the Easter heatwave
A sculpture on the York Ice Trail
Georgina Yates, a gardener at Brodsworth Hall, near Doncaster
In April, wild beavers were released into the Yorkshire Dales for the first time in 400 years
The former Castle Howard Station, which served the estate, is now a private home
The annual Christmas poultry sale at York Auction Mart
The restored kitchen garden at Goldsborough Hall, near Knaresborough
New owners have re-opened the 1920s ballroom at the former Mill's Cafe in Whitby, now called Hetty and Betty
Grinton Bridge in the Dales was washed away by flash flooding in July
The Haworth Wartime Weekend
Autumn colour at Thorp Perrow Arboretum near Bedale
The fairy sanctuary in the woods at Northwood Trail, near York