Bram Stoker’s Whitby: an illustrated guide (3)

” He hobbled away, and I could see him hurrying, as well he could, down the steps. The steps are a great feature of the place. They lead from the town up to the church, there are hundreds of them – I do not know how many – and they wind up in a delicate curve; the slope is so gentle that a horse could easily walk up and down them. I think they must originally have had something to do with the Abbey.”

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