Railway Conservation. Run by Volunteers. Not for Profit.
Yorkshire’s Magnificent Journey project will start this spring thanks to a £4.4m grant from the National Lottery Heritage Fund. The £9.7m project has also received £1.75 million from the Rural Payments Agency (RPA), as well as contributions from local organisations and private donors. With a combination of donations and grants, the railway has raised 90% of the funds to deliver the project. However, we still needs to raise an additional £1 million over the next five years to be able to complete the project.
DonateA donation of £25 could go towards developing fuss-free access carriages for all to enjoy.
DonateGiving a £50 donation to the appeal could help develop a carriage facility at Pickering.
Donate£100 added to the appeal could help us restore and renew the bridges at Goathland.
Yorkshire’s Magnificent Journey project will start this spring thanks to a £4.4m grant from the National Lottery Heritage Fund, we just need to raise £1m for the final push!Learn More
Trust Chairman, John Bailey would like to invite you on an exciting journey. It began 50 years ago when our founders had a vision of what the North Yorkshire Moors Railway could become. Learn More
From emergency appeals to repair carriage vandalism damage to over £2million for the second platform at Whitby, the railway has accomplished great things over the past 50 years.Learn More