North Yorkshire Moors Railway

Sir Nigel Gresley
Address:
Pickering Station, Pickering
YO18 7AJ

Opening Times:

(Check the website or telephone for details of the latest timetable)

 




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Description:
The North Yorkshire Moors railway is a 24 mile preserved line running between Pickering and Whitby. It opened in 1835 and closed in 1965. A dedicated group of enthusiasts worked hard at bringing the railway back to life and passenger services on the North Yorkshire Moors Railway commenced in April 1973. The stations along the line have each been restored to reflect different dates in the history of the railway.

Contact Details:
For booking travel: Customer Services (01751 472508)
For education information email admin@nymr.co.uk 

Learning Programmes:

An Evacuation Experience; A Victorian Railway Journey; Rail Trail Walk; Representing Journeys through Art; Walks & Wilderness at Levisham; Goathland as a Contrasting Locality; plus lots of fantastic outreach sessions!

 



Specialisms:
Science, Technology and History, but with links to many other curriculum areas such as Geography, Art and Literacy

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Goathland as a Contrasting Locality

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