An absolute must-do day out

"An absolutely fantastic experience. The train is wonderful along with the lovely staff who are volunteers and the beautiful scenery. Such a relaxing way to travel to Whitby."

Vickie41, Oct 2021 (TripAdvisor)

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10 ways to support the railway:

  1. Support the NYMR by purchasing an item from our Online Shop.
  2. Help support the railway and make a One-off Donation
  3. Show your support by setting up a Direct Debit and Donating Regularly.
  4. Join our Membership scheme and help support the railway during these troubling times.
  5. Shop online using EasyFundraising or Amazon Smile.
  6. Purchase a Gift Card for any special occasion. 
  7. As a member, why not join the Foundation Club.
  8. Explore how your Corporation and the NYMR can work together. 
  9. Make a lasting gift and leave a Legacy to the railway.
  10. As a member, why not sign up to Club 900 and join our weekly raffle. 

Membership

Join our membership scheme and help support the railway. Your membership fee will help maintain the locomotives, rolling-stock and infrastructure.

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FAQ Page

Here is a useful Question & Answer page to help you prepare for your visit. Read about changes to services and facilities to ensure you have a great day out.

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Show your support

The NYMR is a not-for-profit organisation and accredited museum. Show your support by setting up a Direct Debit today & start donating regularly.

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Appeals

Show your support by donating to one of our appeals: Lineside Ecology Development programme, Dame Vera Lynn restoration project and Wagon appeal

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