Railway Conservation. Run by Volunteers. Not for Profit.
The North York Moors Historical Railway Trust is a not-for profit charitable organisation. Every visitor that travels contributes towards preserving our locomotives, rolling stock and infrastructure. Read more
We invite you to attend our exciting Wedding Fair on Sunday 30th October, 10am to 3pm. Read more
50th Anniversary of the North Eastern Locomotive Preservation Group. Read more
Join Santa from Grosmont and you will be able to experience an extra Christmas cracker, the chance to meet a small herd of real reindeer. Read more
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The North York Moors Historical Railway Trust is a not-for profit charity. Every visitor that travels contributes towards preserving our locomotives and rolling stock.
The NYMR is best enjoyed with a group of people (20+) to experience the age of steam, explore the stations and see the vistas of the National Park!
Our Pullman services preserve a special part of railway history. Help us restore 1st class parlour, Garnet, and the extension of the Pullman service into Whitby.
Our Online Shop offers a wealth of unusual and inspiring gift ideas and you will also be supporting our work to maintain and preserve one of the world's greatest railways.
The Welsh themed Gala, was a huge success with passenger fares up 15%, with the star of the show being the narrow-gauge locomotive Britomart. Read more
For Christmas 2016 we have a selection of luxury hampers from local Beverley producers Cartwright & Butler. Their biscuits and preserves are just gorgeous and are firm favourites in the Station Shops. Read more
RT @ayorkshiregirl5: George & I just chilling on a steam train ! As you do 👍😂 @nymr #DogsofTwitter #steamtrain #northyorkshire https://t.co/3oDp9XUzSF
RT @chorltonsaint: Great sight of a steam engine on the North Yorkshire Moors Railway between Whitby & Ruswarp.
@nymr @Welcome2Yorks… https://t.co/GrKSIoCe1V
Always a great event and a good way to see these old locos in a whole new light... https://t.co/S7AgsJJC6p
Why not take the heritage line to visit Newtondale Halt? Autumn in the North York Moors officially starts in September and runs through to November. The cooler months of September and October are often perfect for walking and cycling while early morning mists and cloud inversions in the dales as the sun rises, are a photographers' dream. Late-summer, going into autumn, starts with the flowering of the heather as the moorland erupts into a purple haze as far as the eye can see. Read more