Railway Conservation. Run by Volunteers. Not for Profit.
We play a crucial role in the local community, providing employment, volunteering and apprenticeship opportunities and programmes to help our visitors understand the important history and heritage of the railway and the North York Moors we run through. The railway is a key highlight for many holiday makers who would usually flock here as part of their stay.
£20: An engine requires £20 of oil each day to operate.£50: The cost of a new shovel.£100: A brake block costs around £100. Most Tender engines such as Eric Treacy has 12, and we usually change every them every couple of months.£250: A monthly washout costs around £250.00 in parts.£500: A dozen firebars.£1,000: Is the cost to repair a broken locomotive spring.£2,500: A new boiler pressure relief valve (safety valve).£5,000: A new live steam injector.£10,000: Reprofile a locomotives tyres.
Your support makes an enormous difference to helping to keep us running. In advance thank you for your support and donation.
All funds raised will go towards the general operating of the railway.
Photo Credit: Keith Harris
Monthly contributions directly to the NYMR Foundation Development Fund.
As a member why not join the 900+ Club for a chance to win up to £100 per week.
Show your support by donating to one of our appeals: Lineside Ecology Development programme, Dame Vera Lynn restoration project and Wagon appeal