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North Yorkshire Moors Railway

12 Park Street | Pickering Station, Pickering YO18 7AJ, England
+44 1751 472508
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The North Yorkshire Moors Railway is one of the world’s greatest heritage railway experiences with thrills and education at its heart. Climb on-board a steam or heritage diesel train on one of the earliest and most historic lines. Experience 24 miles of Yorkshire’s amazing scenery at this must-see visitor attraction. We will take you on a journey you can’t even imagine! Explore the Railway • Pickering Station is a must-see 1930’s themed station that will transport you back in time to the locomotive steam era. • A must-see is the celebrity station, Goathland, which became Hogsmeade Station in the first Harry Potter film. • Explore Grosmont Station which is home to the operating and engineering world of the NYMR. If you are lucky you might be able to catch a sneaky peak at the work taking place on our engines! • Visit Whitby with its narrow streets and bustling harbour overlooked by the striking ruins of Whitby Abbey. • Explore Levisham Station which is surrounded by the North York Moors.
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Suggested Duration: More than 3 hours
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12 Park Street | Pickering Station, Pickering YO18 7AJ, England
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Reviewed yesterday

Pickering Station is an hour and a quarter from home but it is well worth the travel time for a trip on the NYMR. The engines, carriages and stations are well restored and you travel through some beautiful countryside. If you plan to stop at...More

Thank Michael A
Reviewed yesterday

The railway is run by a charitable trust with lots of volunteers. Runs between Pickering and Whitby with four stops in between-ideal for starting a walking or cycling holiday. Vintage carriages pulled by steam or heritage diesel locomotives. Pity they can't take over Southern Rail...More

Thank speriamo_10
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

We went on a train ride with the North Yorkshire Moors Railway during our holiday. I initially thought the fares were quite pricey. However, when you realise how much it costs to run the railway it's not actually that bad. It is also run by...More

Thank Hodgo4778
Reviewed 2 days ago

Perhaps our family experience was not helped by the fact that it rained non stop throughout the day. Each of us thought that £31.00 adult return to Whitby seemed expensive but we had committed to the venture. Before starting our train journey we had an...More

Thank MartinG_53
Reviewed 2 days ago

We did this with the kids and recently went to Goathland on the train again. The noise of the steam engine, the feel of the carriages took us all back a few years. We had a lovely wander around Goathland, looking in the shops. A...More

Thank Paul N
Reviewed 2 days ago

We booked this as a day out for my husband 2 sisters Birthday treat ,but then a few days later we heard of the terrible vandalism done to the carriages, but decided to hang on & see what happens. Well pleased to say we went...More

Thank marysP3311SG
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Beautiful journey in a regular train coach, but pulled by steam train! Very noisy because it was the busiest time of day, 9.25am from Pickering Station. 1.5hours later we're in gorgeous, but equally busy Whitby. A walk on the harbour walls and a fish &...More

Thank Val L
Reviewed 4 days ago

This is something that I have always wanted to so, it exceeded expectations. We were greeted by staff as we boarded the carriage and shown to our table. All staff were so polite, pleasant, helpful and really cared for the passengers. The food was very...More

Thank Graham N
Reviewed 4 days ago

Originally, a short trip between Grosmont to Goathland - to say we'd been on a steam train again... but, with bad weather, we bought tickets from Grosmont on to Whitby. It was a great hit with two young children! All the people we met were...More

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NYMRPLC, Manager at North Yorkshire Moors Railway, responded to this reviewResponded 3 days ago

Thank you for a great review. Our Young Volunteers are aged 10 to 15 so your 6 year old hasn't too long to wait! It sounds as if you really made the best of your day and had a lovely time. We look forward to...More

Reviewed 4 days ago

We decided to have a Sunday lunch meal on the NYMR on the Pullman service. The views and journey were fantastic. On the other hand I was unimpressed with the food and feel that a better meal could have been had in a bog standard...More

Thank milleboy
NYMRPLC, Manager at North Yorkshire Moors Railway, responded to this reviewResponded 3 days ago

Thank you for your review. We're pleased to hear that you enjoyed the journey and views but very sorry that you were disappointed with the meal. I will pass on your comments to our catering department.

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Hillno72
17 August 2017|
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Response from lordduke50129 | Reviewed this property |
Sorry but I have never been there in the winter. I would think the railway would be the most suitable reference point. Hope you enjoy it
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gandrews493
14 August 2017|
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Response from Julie M | Reviewed this property |
yes you can
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mritim
6 August 2017|
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Response from elaineapplelee | Reviewed this property |
Just beyond pickering station there is a signal box called Newbridge and there's a level crossing and the trains slow down to get key from signalman and as you see in previous answers lots of ideas , also the suggestion of... More
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