23rd April 2014, 10:30am3:00pm

The popular walking area of Errington Woods, on the hill behind New Marske, was once the site of Cleveland's most important ironstone mine after Eston. Little is visible nearly a century after closure, but the old railway leading to it can still be walked, as can the extensive tramway system which linked the mine entrances. We'll have a steady walk round to see them, and share in some of the industrial history of this once-busy part of Cleveland. And we'll enjoy the countryside and fine views on the way. The walk lasts around 4 hours with a local history enthusiast keeping you informed along the way. Refreshments will be available too,

Location and Directions


Marske Square, Marske Square, Marske, TS11 7BA

Meeting point: Marske Square