The below information is provided by Yorkshire Coast Radio:
We have the full dates of the route on June 18th below:
9.01am – Hinderwell
Hinderwell Lane (from junction with West End Close) onto High Street, then Station Road (as far as the junction with Browns Terrace)
9.13am – Lythe
High Street (from Lythe town signs), Lythe Bank, Sandsend Road (as far as junction with Meadow Field)
9.40am – Whitby
Sandsend Road (from junction with Love Lane), Upgang Lane, Chubb Hill, Bagdale, Langborne Road to Whitby Railway Station where the Olympic Flame will then be carried on a North Yorkshire Moors Railway train to Pickering
12.28pm – Scarborough
Columbus Ravine (from junction with Victoria Park Avenue), Peasholm Gap, to North Bay Promenade (junction with Open Air Theatre back access road)
There will then be a lunchtime stop at Scarborough’s Open Air Theatre
1.29pm – Scarborough
Burniston Road (from Open Air Theatre exit), Peasholm Gap, Royal Albert Drive, Marine Drive, Sandside, Foreshore Road, Valley Road, Ramshill Road, Filey Road (to junction with Queens Margarets Road, 2.14pm)
2.24pm – Filey
Scarborough Road (from Filey town signs), Station Avenue, Muston Road (to Filey School)
3.00pm – Bridlington
Scarborough Road (A1038), passing Baylegate on the left and South Back Lane on the right, before heading along St John’s Street, with the High School for Girls on the right and Queensgate on the left.
The route then goes on to Quay Road, passing St John’s Avenue on the right, the torchbearer will then turn right on Station Avenue and right again onto Hilderthorpe Road before bearing left onto A165 Kingsgate.
The route will then go down Kingsgate, passing George Street and Shaftesbury Road on the right and Kingston Road on the left before leaving the Yorkshire Coast at around 3.22pm.