Welcome aboard the North Yorkshire Moors RailwayWith our 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. It’s also the perfect starting point for a day out, whether you’re travelling between the rugged Yorkshire villages, hiking on the windswept moors or spending a day by the seaside in Whitby.
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WhitbyThe Perfect family day out awaits you in the stunning seaside town of Whitby.

Explore the stunning coastline, and its many attractions. Visit the inspirational Whitby Abbey; relive the towns maritime heritage at the Captain Cook Museum; or head out to sea on one of the many sightseeing boat trips.

Don’t forget to sample some fantastic fish and chips from any of the many restaurants. If you fancy something more traditional head to Fortune’s Kippers Whitby’s only Traditional Smokehouse.




Grosmont StationGrosmont, our 1952 style British Rail station, is home to the engine sheds where our locomotives get some well-deserved restoration and can be viewed from the platform outside the shed shop.

It’s also the junction with the main rail network, and home to one of our traditional tea rooms serving scrumptious Yorkshire fayre.

See the world’s earliest horse-drawn passenger railway tunnel, built between 1833-1835 by George Stephenson.

Why not rent our station cottage and enjoy life by the line-side.



Goathland StationOur celebrity station is home to the bewitching Hogsmeade Station from the first Harry Potter film and as Aidensfield in the beloved ITV programme Heartbeat. Visit the charming village of Goathland just a few minutes walk from the station or enjoy a cup of tea in the converted 1922 style goods shed.

Enjoy an energising walk along the Rail Trail from Goathland to Grosmont through the heart of the North York Moors, don’t worry it’s mostly downhill.

The Goathland Camping Coach offers superb holiday accommodation. It is ideal for a family of four, and a great base for walking and exploring the North York Moors.



Newtondale HaltDeep in the North York Moors National Park lies the station Newton Dale Halt.

By placing a special request to the guard you can stop off at this picturesque halt. It is the perfect place to start your walking adventure or cycle ride and spot some magnificent wildlife.



Levisham StationAccessible by the North Yorkshire Moors Railway or by one solitary hill road and surrounded by the magnificent North York Moors, Levisham is our 1912 style station. It is also home to our ‘Artist in Residence’ whose studio is open Thursdays to Sundays and Bank Holidays when trains run.

The Levisham Camping Coach offers excellent accommodation for up to 5 people and is perfectly secluded  in an area that is a haven for wildlife.



Pickering StationView the magnificently re-instated roof originally built in 1847 by GT Andrews. The station is decorated in 1930s style and is home to one of our traditional tea rooms, serving tasty meals and snacks.

Explore the historic market town, visit Pickering Castle or the Beck Isle Museum before hopping back on the train and heading up the line to one of our other stations.






Esk ValleyFrom time-to-time, usually at Gala Weekends, we run additional services to Battersby, along the Esk Valley line.

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Services for Tuesday, 30th September

44806 - Black 5

45428 - Eric Treacy

75029 - BR Standard 4

D7628 - Sybilla (Diesel)


Locomotive allocation subject to change at any time.
Last updated: 30th September 9:42AM

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