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The North Yorkshire Moors Railway

Address : Pickering Station
Town/City : Pickering
County : Yorkshire
Country : England
Post code : YO18 7Ap
Phone : 01751 472508
Web Site :  www.nymr.co.uk

Escape to the Moorsand Coast 


yorks nymr 2On 4 March 1965 the railway route between Grosmont and Rillington, near Malton, was closed by British Railways under the infamous "Beeching Axe". This March the North Yorkshire Moors Railway (NYMR) is planning to mark the 50th anniversary of this monumental event, which in 1973 would see a group of enthusiastic and dedicated volunteers re-open the line as the NYMR and over the 42 years has become the world's most popular heritage railway.

The North Yorkshire Moors Railway was formed by a small group of enthusiastic volunteers, looking to preserve the heritage line which runs through the majestic North York Moors. It was opened by the Duchess of Kent on the 1st May 1973 and has since seen the NYMR become the world's most popular heritage railway attracting over 350,000 visitors a

Journey into the heart of the North York Moors whilst relaxing in your comfy seat as you enjoy the enchanting landscapes of the National Park while you steam through the glacial valley.

The North Yorkshire Moors Railway is a great fun day out for all the family with trains running every day from the 28th March to 1st November between Whitby and Pickering. Also at weekends and on school holidays in winter between Pickering and Grosmont Stations.

Pullman dining train
Discover a dining experience with a difference aboard the North Yorkshire Moors Railway. Experience an unforgettable lunch, afternoon tea or evening meal with loved ones and friends in the luxurious setting of our Pullman Dining Train.


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