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Former Pinchinthorpe Station.jpg
Former station buildings at Pinchinthorpe, now a private residence, the station closed in 1951 and the railway line was removed as a result of the "Beeching Axe"
Pinchinthorpe is located in North Yorkshire
Pinchinthorpe shown within North Yorkshire
OS grid reference NZ582152
Civil parish
Unitary authority
Ceremonial county
Country England
Sovereign state United Kingdom
Post town Guisborough
Postcode district TS14
Police Cleveland
Fire Cleveland
Ambulance North East
EU Parliament North East England
List of places
54°31′44″N 1°06′00″W / 54.5289°N 1.1000°W / 54.5289; -1.1000Coordinates: 54°31′44″N 1°06′00″W / 54.5289°N 1.1000°W / 54.5289; -1.1000

Pinchinthorpe is a small hamlet near Guisborough in Redcar and Cleveland, England. It is a linear settlement spread along the A173. The postcode is TS14 8HE.

Until 1951 Pinchinthorpe had a working railway station, on the line from Middlesbrough to Guisborough. The village has four bus stops, two of which are not near any housing.

Pinchinthorpe is the starting point for the Guisborough Forest Walkway.

Pinchinthorpe Hall is the home of a microbrewery; "The North Yorkshire Brewery" and bottling plant for mineral water.

There is a spring supply for mains water from the nearby hills, meaning that there is no water rate payable by the residents.[1][2]

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