Railway Conservation. Run by Volunteers. Not for Profit.
Due to the current pandemic WE NEED YOUR HELP. The NYMR is a registered charity and without operating this would have a substantial impact on its future. Read more
With a combination of donations and grants, the railway has raised 90% of the funds to deliver the project. Read more
NYMR is a registered charity which provides a high-quality, safe and authentic evocation of the steam age for the public, and over the past 18 months the railway has been finalising the shape of the 'Yorkshire's Magnificent Journey' project and raising urgent funds. The ambitious project will start this spring thanks to a £4.4m grant from the National Lottery Heritage Fund.The £9.7m project has also received £1.75 million from the Rural Payments Agency (RPA), as well as contributions from local organisations and private donors. As a result, NYMR can now begin work to preserve the railway’s historical infrastructure and assets and improving visitor services and experiences.
* 3 Bridge renewed.
* 40 Vehicle Carriage Stable.
* Volunteer Centre.
* Goathland Learning Centre.
* 4x Fuss Free Access Coaches.
* Apprenticeship and Lineside Care Programmes.
However, NYMR still needs to raise an additional £1 million to be able to complete the project.
Due to the current pandemic WE NEED YOUR HELP. The NYMR is a registered charity and without operating this would have a substantial impact on its future.
With a combination of donations and grants, the railway has raised 90% of the funds to deliver the project.
Did you know that just one mile of Line Side fencing on each side of the tracks costs in the region of £35,000.
She turned 100 in March, 2017, and there’s still never been a dame quite like Vera Lynn! Help us return back to traffic 3672!
Help us preserve a special part of railway history by restoring BR Standard 4MT 2-6-4T No. 80135
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.
In the early hours of Sunday 23rd July 2017, North Yorkshire Moors Railway’s historic teak carriages were deliberately vandalised. The carriages were parked in the siding, at the far side of the main visitor car park at Pickering.