It went on towards Pickering. There was a siding to Spaunton Quarry. The penultimate stop was Sinnington. Whilst the A170 goes over a massive hill before Wrelton, the trains went to the south of this hill through a cutting instead. Otherwise, Wrelton; Aislaby and Middleton would have been served too!
The track did a kind of 'u'ee south of Pickering. It joined onto the line from Malton AND the Scarborough line at the same time. They all went north into Pickering station. Then you are on the North York Moors Railway.
Nowadays a car park stands where the lines south of the station ran. If the Malton line is reopened the car park (AND the toilet) will have to be demolished!