Railway Conservation. Run by Volunteers. Not for Profit.
The North York Moors Historical Railway Trust is a not for profit charitable organisation run as part of the local community. Day to day operation is carried out by a wholly owned trading subsidiary whose Directors include volunteers with railway operations and business experience. Volunteers, together with approximately 100 full time and 50 seasonal staff, plan and operate the train service and work steadily to improve the quality of the infrastructure, the railway vehicles and the experience offered to National Park visitors and travellers on the railway.
The NYMR turns over more that £6m each year. It’s one of the busiest visitor attractions in Yorkshire and with 350,000 passengers each year, carrying more people than any other heritage steam railway.
The NYMR sponsorship packages range from large to small events and brand association in our operating season, so if you would like your brand associated with one of the world's greatest railways, we have a package for you.
Type of visitors: Go for it Families (0-12 yrs) 60% and Empty-Nest Adventurers (45+) 40%
Travelling from: Leeds, York, Sheffield, Newcastle, Hull and East Coast
Type of visit: 63% A day trip from home and 37% Overnight visit
78% Repeat Visits
Laura Strangeway, Head of Marketing, [email protected] | Tel: 01751 473799 ext. 249