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North Yorkshire Moors Railway

North Yorkshire Moors RailwayNorth Yorkshire Moors Railway

The perfect day out awaits you aboard the North Yorkshire Moors Railway, the world's most popular heritage steam railway. Be transported back to an era when magnificent steam engines ruled the railways; with services running along the 24 mile line, through the heart of the North York Moors National Park and out to the golden sandy beaches of the coast at Whitby.

Start your journey at Pickering and discover the history of the Railway in the visitor centre. Relive the magic of Harry Potter and Heartbeat with a visit to Goathland before walking to Grosmont along the Rail Trail. Next travel onto Whitby for some seaside fun.

Visit one of the traditional station tea rooms serving scrumptious Yorkshire fayre. Stop off at Levisham and visit the Artist in Residence or make a special request to the guard to stop at Newtondale Halt, a perfect place to start a walking or cycling adventure and spot some magnificent wildlife on the North York Moors.

Accessibility

Wheelchair, mobility vehicle and pushchair access onto trains is via a ramp into the Guard’s Van. A member of platform staff will assist you. A fully wheelchair accessible coach is available for group bookings. Toilets are located at all stations and on all trains. Disabled toilets with baby changing facilities are located at Pickering, Goathland and Grosmont stations.

When trains are in the station or are closely approaching Goathland, it is only possible to change platforms via the footbridge. Please allow time before your chosen train is due to depart if you need to use the level route to change platforms.

Limited disabled parking is located at all stations except Levisham and Newtondale Halt.


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