Central Tramway is proud to be the recipient of The Scarborough and District Civic Society's 50th Heritage Trail plaque, an honour that was celebrated on the 13th of July 2012 when the Mayor of Scarborough, Councillor Helen Mallory unveiled the blue plaque by the top station on the corner of St. Nicholas Cliff.

The blue plaques that represent the heritage trail commemorate some of the town's most significant historic sites. Like the Tramway the locations along the trail were significant in the town's rich history from its origins as a small fishing village to a thriving Victorian seaside resort.

The map and a full description of all the sites can be found in 'The Scarborough Heritage Trail book Part 1. According to the Civic Society another booklet is planned to cover a wider area.

The map below is reproduced here with the kind permission of the Civic Society.

1. Grand Hotel
2. Anne Bronte - location of The Cliff where Anne Bronte stayed before her death
3. The Long Room and Royal Hotel
4. The Town Hall [formerly St. Nicholas House]
5. Theakston's Bookshop
6. Newborough Bar
7 Theatre Royal
8. The Bell Hotel
9. Market Hall
10. Trinity House
11. The Old Quaker Meeting House
12. Butter Cross
13. The Bolts
14. The Harbour, Piers and Lighthouse
15. King Richard III House
16. Ship building in Scarborough
17. The Three Mariners Inn
18. Paradise House
19. St. Mary's Parish Church
20. Scarborough Castle
21. Atkinson Grimshaw at Castle-by-the-Sea
22. John Wesley and Church Stairs Street