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Officers are currently working to confirm the her identity.
Police do not believe there are any suspicious circumstances surrounding the incident.
For more information and exhibition schedule, visit The Moors Centre website. The M3 (Sun & Bank Hols) starts in Guisborough and goes to Danby Station via Castleton and up to the the Moors Centre and then on to Pickering via Blakey Ridge, Hutton-le-Hole & Kirbymoorside (and back).
The M6 goes from Pickering via Cropton, Rosedale and Castleton to Danby Station and turns round at the Moors Centre.
A pioneering archaeologist, geologist, folklorist and philologist, he remains best known for his book Close to the station is a fine example of a single arched packhorse bridge.
Dating from the late 14th century and long known as Castle Bridge (Danby castle itself is a short distance uphill from here), it has been called Duck Bridge after the well-respected local stonemason George Duck, who restored it in the 18th century.
The village of Danby has an excellent shop selling organic fruit and veg, The Stonehouse Bakery and cafe, two pubs - one just up the hill from the Station and the other, less than a mile away in Ainthorpe and a Village Hall and Church within 200m.
About a mile and a half from the station lies the Moors National Park Centre, a former shooting lodge and now the main information centre for the National Park, with permanent and temporary exhibitions (especially of local artists and craftspeople), a gift shop and cafeteria, picnic and children's play areas. On Saturdays, Sundays and Mondays 1st May to 30th Sept, Moors Bus connects with some Esk Valley services at Danby.
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