Visitors start their trip on the North Yorkshire Moors Railway from Pickering, an important town of the county. The city is a historic market town and houses many well preserved medieval castles. People here are mainly engaged in retailing, tourism and small industries.
Pickering enjoys a temperate maritime climate as it is located in the north of the UK. The passage of mid-latitude depressions ... More dominate the climate. The coldest month is January while August is the warmest month.
Weather changes from day-to-day and the Gulf Stream makes the climate of the region mild. Rain falls for 128 days of the year. Pickering records a history of heavy flooding every 5 years on average, however, some parts experience it annually.
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