Line Guide – Pickering to Whitby
The North Yorkshire Moors Railway is the country’s most popular heritage railway. The 18-mile line runs through the beautiful North York Moors National Park, between the market town of Pickering and the village of Grosmont.
Whitby is a great family day out, with its ancient abbey, stunning coastline, and deliciously fresh fish and chips. We’d recommend a trip to the Magpie Cafe, described by Rick Stein as ‘the best fish and chip shop in Britain’.
Is the terminus for NYMR and houses our locomotive sheds, tearoom and two shops with many interesting items available. The station has been restored to the British Railways’ style of the 1960s.
Famous as Aidensfield and Hogsmeade, has a refurbished Warehouse Tea Room with authentic furniture and artefacts. Restored coal drops and a cattle dock. Getting into the village entails walking up a short incline.
Newton Dale Halt
Is a walkers’ request stop with excellent walks and beautiful scenery.
Is set in the scenic Newton Dale. This is an ideal stop for walking or relaxing in the peaceful surroundings. Visit our Artist in Residence Chris Ware at his open studio. Refreshments at the Weighbridge tea hut (open weekends and bank holidays).
Was restored to its 1937 condition with help from the Heritage Lottery Fund. Original features and fittings have been installed in the Booking and Parcels (Customer Services) Offices,Tea Room, and the shop which provides a wide range of gifts, books and videos. Onsite parking is beyond platform 1 and requires walking over the footbridge or a level route around the end of the line. Additional overflow parking is available a short walk from the station. Parking charges of £5 for a full day applies at the car park, change is available from Booking Offices.
Everyone at North Yorkshire Moors Railway looks forward to welcoming you aboard.