Railway Conservation. Run by Volunteers. Not for Profit.
Keeping 18 miles of railway with more than thirty bridges through the difficult countryside of the North York Moors in top-notch condition is a continuing challenge. The 180-year old railway already invests around £1 million annually but there’s only so much the fare box can generate and much more is needed for the railway bridges and its 50-100 year old vehicles to remain viable.
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.
A £2.5 million appeal has been launched to secure the future of the North Yorkshire Moors Railway (NYMR) and you can now pledge your support onlineLearn 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