North Yorkshire Moors Railway

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  • Address: 12 Park Street, Pickering, North Yorkshire, YO18 7AJ, Whitby, United Kingdom
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  • Timings: 09:25 am - 06:00 pm Details
  • Phone: +44-1751473799
  • Ticket Price: 16 GBP
  • Time Required: 00:30 Mins
  • Tags: Outdoors, Historical Site, Tourist Center, Family And Kids, Train Ride

North Yorkshire Moors National Park is amazing by itself. Something that makes it more interesting is the fact that it has North Yorkshire Moors Railway running by it. North Yorkshire Moors Railway is a heritage railway located in North Yorkshire, England. It opened up in 1836 with the purpose of inland trade in those times. Back in the day, Whitby was a very important sea- port and hence George Stephenson was the man behind the planning of these railways. The initial name given to this railway was Whitby and Pickering Railway. After a short span of time that it was shut for, it re-opened in 1973 by the North York Moors Historical Railway Trust Ltd. The preserved line has not only won a lot of accolades for its maintenance but is also one of the main tourist attractions of Whitby, England. While you are in Whitby or even near by, you should definitely make it a point to travel through the heritage railway that carries more passengers than any other heritage line in the United Kingdom and is the busiest steam heritage line in the world.

  • Fax: 01751 476970
  • Day Rover Tickets allow unlimited travel all day between the stations for which that ticket has been issued and gives you the opportunity to break your journey as often as you like between those stations, e.g. When you purchase a Pickering to Goathland Adult Day Rover ticket for £20, the ticket allows you to travel between the stations of Pickering, Levisham, Newtondale Halt and Goathland all day.
  • Return Tickets allows you the passenger to break up your journey between the stations for which that ticket has been issued.
  • Single Tickets allow passengers to travel in one direction on a hop on, hop off basis.
  • Gala fares apply to Spring Steam Gala, Heritage Diesel Gala, Autumn Steam Gala and Railway in Wartime.

Pickering - Whitby Day Rover

  • Adult : £26.00 , Child : £13.00 , Concessions : £22.50 ,Family (2 Adults & up to 4 Children) : £56.00

Pickering - Goathland/Grosmont Day Rover

  • Adult : £20.00 ,Child : £10.00 ,Concessions : £17.00 , Family (2 Adults & up to 4 Children):  £44.00

Whitby - Goathland Return

  • Adult : £16.00 ,Child : £8.00 ,Concessions : £14.00 ,Family (2 Adults & up to 4 Children) :£34.00

General

  • Under 5’s travel FREE!
  • Children are aged 5-15
  • Concessions include Over 60s and Students with an appropriate ID.

  • Refer to official website for timetable of your desired destination.

  • Take rental car or tour buses.

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  • North Yorkshire Moors Railway Address: 12 Park Street, Pickering, North Yorkshire, YO18 7AJ, Whitby, United Kingdom
  • North Yorkshire Moors Railway Contact Number: +44-1751473799
  • North Yorkshire Moors Railway Timing: 09:25 am - 06:00 pm
  • North Yorkshire Moors Railway Price: 16 GBP
  • Best time to visit North Yorkshire Moors Railway(preferred time): 11:00 am - 12:30 pm
  • Time required to visit North Yorkshire Moors Railway: 00:30 Mins
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  • 95% of people who visit Whitby include North Yorkshire Moors Railway in their plan

  • 41.58% of people start their North Yorkshire Moors Railway visit around 3 PM - 4 PM

  • People usually take around 30 Minutes to see North Yorkshire Moors Railway

Tuesday, Saturday and Sunday

95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting North Yorkshire Moors Railway

People normally club together Scarborough Sea Life Sanctuary and Peasholm Park while planning their visit to North Yorkshire Moors Railway.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures
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  • Absolutely brilliant to see..saw steam engine was 1940 weekend when I was there.. everyone was dressed up... staff were all in costume as well...had extra staff to deal with the amount of people that had turned out for 1940 weekend... staff helpful with history of the train station and trains...lots to offer... amazing to say that it's still going after all this time....even if you're not into trains it's worth a look just to see how amazing it is...

  • Best experience on a steam railway so far. Everyone is very helpful and kind. The scenery is absolutely beautiful. It is like a fairytale sometimes. It is just out of this world. We'll probably going to come back again soon. We'll recommended.

  • Great heritage railway with dedicated people working hard. Is a little pricey hence 4 stars. Could do with discount multidrop tickets perhaps. The area is good to get off and explore. Whitby at the coast end has some fantastic eating places

  • Beautiful journey through the moors. So much to see, small traditional stations along the route kept beautiful, Staff are pleasant and happy to chat if not to busy. Toilets not the cleanest but on a whole a lovely trip. Thoroughly enjoyed it

  • Amazing day out for us and our 7 year old. We booked the 9:25am from Pickering. We booked online but still had to pick up tickets from the ticket office in the station. They had a line for pre-order pick up so it only took a minute. We drove from York and it took 45 minutes. Parking was easy in the on-site car park but it had filled up by 9am (there is overflow parking a bit further away). Parking was 5 pounds and the machine took coins and cards. Highly recommend.

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