North Yorkshire Moors Railway

The North Yorkshire Moors Railway is a must-see heritage railway that offers a thrilling and fun experience for families. Visitors can enjoy a scenic ride on a steam or heritage diesel train and explore 24 miles of stunning Yorkshire scenery.

The railway features several must-see stations, including:

Pickering Station, a 1930s themed station with a magnificent roof structure and a railway tearoom.
Levisham Station offers a 1912 styled railway station, surrounded by the beautiful North York Moors.
Goathland Station is a celebrity station that appeared in the first Harry Potter film as Hogsmeade Station and in the ITV program Heartbeat. The charming village of Goathland is just a few minutes’ walk up from the station, and visitors can explore the national park, embark on a country walk, or visit Mallyan Spout Waterfall.
Grosmont Station is the junction where the heritage railway ends and the main rail network begins, connecting Middlesbrough and Whitby to the NYMR with the Esk Valley Line. Visitors can explore the engine sheds where steam and diesel locomotives are maintained and restored.
Whitby Station offers a glimpse into the town’s history, with its narrow streets, bustling harbour, and striking ruins of Whitby Abbey. Visitors can learn about famous explorer Captain Cook’s life at the Captain Cook Memorial Museum or visit the Dracula Experience on the seafront.

By visiting the North Yorkshire Moors Railway, every visitor helps preserve one of the earliest and most historic railway lines. The railway is a part of the local community and offers a unique and unforgettable experience for all ages.

UNLIMITED Annual Pass Ticket £49.50. Plus, KIDS GO FREE! Please see the website for further details A Shorter Journey Ticket allows day return travel between up to one station (e.g. Goathland to Grosmont day return) for a fixed fare price of £13.50 per adult (16+) and up to two stations (e.g. Pickering to Goathland day return) for a fixed fare price of £25 per adult (16+). Both are free for children (0-15).