Railway Conservation. Run by Volunteers. Not for Profit.
Keeping 18 miles of railway with more than thirty bridges through the difficult countryside of the North York Moors in top-notch condition is a continuing challenge. The 180-year old railway already invests around £1 million annually but there’s only so much the fare box can generate and much more is needed for the railway bridges and its 50-100 year old vehicles to remain viable. Read more
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. Read more
Did you know that just one mile of Line Side fencing on each side of the tracks costs in the region of £35,000. Read more
She turned 100 this March, and there’s still never been a dame quite like Vera Lynn! Help us return back to traffic 3672! Read more
Help us preserve a special part of railway history by restoring BR Standard 4MT 2-6-4T No. 80135 Read more
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. Read more