North Yorkshire Moors Steam Railway:
With the magnificent steam engines, beautiful rural stations and
smartly uniformed staff, a visit to the North Yorkshire Moors Railway
is like taking a step back in time. From the smoke and steam pouring
from the engines to the cosy wood-panelled carriages and friendly
conductor service, the railway is both lovingly preserved and
charmingly authentic. Itís also the perfect starting point for a day
out, whether youíre travelling between the rugged Yorkshire villages,
hiking on the wind swept moors or spending a day by the seaside in
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From time-to-time, usually at Gala
Weekends, we run additional services to Battersby, along the Esk
Whitby is a great family day out,
with its ancient Whitby Abbey dominating the skyline, stunning walks
along the coastline, and deliciously fresh fish and chips.
Grosmont the 1952 style British
Rail station, is home to the engine sheds where the locomotives get
some well-deserved restoration. Itís also the junction with the main
rail network, and home to one of the traditional tea rooms.
Goathland The famous Ďcelebrityí
station on the line network is Goathland, is also known as Aidensfield
in Yorkshire TVís Heartbeat and as the bewitching Hogsmeade in the
first Harry Potter Film. You should visit the charming village just a
few minutes walk from the station, or enjoy a cup of tea in our 1922
style tea room.
Newton Dale Halt Having carved your way deep through the
rugged dales, make a special request for our Guard to stop at this
tiny, picturesque halt. With access to the nearby National Park, itís
the perfect place to start your walk and spot some magnificent
is the 1912 style station, accessible by
one solitary hill road and surrounded by the magnificent Yorkshire
Moors. Itís also home to the Artist in Residence whose studio is open
whenever trains run and the cosy camping coach Ė the perfect base for
a Moorland walking holidays.
with its smart 1930s decoration and
charming village atmosphere, Pickering is the perfect start to your
steam train adventure. This station is also home to one of the
traditional tea rooms, serving freshly baked scones, pies and pasties
throughout the day.