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Residents that live locally to the North Yorkshire Moors Railway can now purchase a travel ticket at privilege rate and save a huge 50% off the original price.

The offer is valid until 1st January 2018 and is for those living in the postcode areas of YO18, YO21 and YO22 where the heritage railway passes through and can be used on any standard NYMR travel ticket*.

Chris Price, General Manager at North Yorkshire Moors Railway said, “Our local community is so important to us and we wanted to offer them an extra special deal so they can continue to enjoy the railway at a great value price. We look forward to welcoming many new and returning visitors throughout the rest of the season.”   

North Yorkshire Moors Railway is one of is one of the earliest and most historic lines in the North of England and takes visitors on picturesque journeys along an 18 mile railway line aboard steam and heritage diesel trains. Passing through stunning scenery, from wooded valleys to beautiful countryside and stopping at charming villages and spectacular seaside locations, it’s an experience not to be missed.

For further information or to pre-book tickets online before your visit please go to For regular news, updates and competitions, North Yorkshire Moors Railway is also on Facebook and Twitter

*Terms and conditions apply:

  1. Proof of residency in YO18, YO21 or YO22 area is required (Photographic ID preferred).
  2. The offer covers the bearer only and not their guests or visitors
  3. Only one travel ticket per valid ID shown.
  4. NOT valid at Special events.
  5. NOT valid on the 09:25 Pickering Departure.
  6. Not valid for Group Bookings, Educational Visits, Pullman dining, Annual Membership, other NYMR tickets, or in conjunction with any other offer.
  7. The offer is not transferable, assignable or redeemable for cash.
  8. Offer available on the day of travel only from the departure station booking office (Not valid online -
  9. Valid until: 01.01.2018.

Pic: Michael Hill