Kevin Hollinrake, MP for Thirsk and Malton, took time out from his busy schedule to visit the North Yorkshire Moors Railway and show his support during English Tourism Week (#EnglishTourismWeek23).

English Tourism Week (March 17-26) is an annual celebration of the tourism industry, highlighting its economic importance to local economies and promoting the innovation, quality and range of products and services on offer to encourage more people to take domestic breaks.

Mr Hollinrake commented: “The iconic North York Moors Railway is kept alive by the incredible work of those who volunteer and work to maintain and promote it. We must ensure our historic railways endure, especially given the challenging past two years and I have no doubt there will be flocks of visitors supporting it over the summer months.”

Show your support and book your tickets! 

Annual Pass Ticket £49.50

Explore the whole of our heritage railway with an Unlimited Annual Pass* Ticket for £49.50 - pay for one day and benefit from FREE TRAVEL for 12 Months from the date of your first visit, plus KIDS GO FREE! 

Our traditional all line Rover Ticket has now been replaced by the Unlimited Annual Pass Ticket, which also allows you to explore the whole of our heritage railway, between Pickering and Whitby, for £49.50, and starts from the first day you choose to visit.


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Picture shows (left to right): Chris Price, CEO, NYMR; Kevin Hollinrake MP