North Yorkshire Moors Railway
The North Yorkshire Moors Railway,is heritage railway, which travels from Pickering to Whitby through the stunning backdrop of the North York Moors.
The North Yorkshire Moors Railway is a preserved heritage railway travelling from the market town of Pickering across the North Yorkshire Moors to Whitby on the Coast. Every effort has been made to preserve the authenticity of the line and the rural stations on route. Steam and heritage diesel trains provide the regular services on the track.
This is the main hub of the NYMR and base for it's offices. The station is located in he very close to the centre of town. The station has a gift shop, cafe and has been restored to it's 1937 condition, with many original features and fittings.
This is one of the smallest stations and is a great base for walkers and hikers heading into Newton Dale.
Newton Dale Halt
This is a request stop for walkers and hikers.
Famous from Heartbeat and Harry Potter and the Philosophers stone this station and town will be instantly recognisable for many. There is a refurbished tea room at the station. The walk into the village is up a relatively steep incline.
The station is located right in the centre of the village, and has been restored in a 1960's British rail style. The station has a tearoom and shop.
What a way to arrive at the seaside! Following an extensive refurbishment the station now has two platforms. Situated just a stone's throw from the harbour Whitby offers visitor a traditional seaside day out; beach, donkey rides, fish and chips and amusements. It is also home to one of the finest Gothic Abbeys in the country,
For more details on special events visit the North Yorkshire Moors Railway Website.
2018 Daily Services run from 24th March - 4th November 2018