NORTH YORKSHIRE MOORS RAILWAY
Pickering Station, Pickering,
t: 01751 472508
Groups looking for a memorable and enjoyable day out should head to North Yorkshire Moors Railway this March for the chance to be transported through 24 miles of Yorkshire’s breath taking and beautiful scenery.
The world’s most popular heritage steam railway will transport visitors back to an era when magnificent steam engines ruled the railways; with services running daily between Whitby and Pickering from 21st March to 30th October.
The world’s most famous steam locomotive, Flying Scotsman, came back into service following a £4.2 million overhaul and ran on the world’s busiest heritage railway from 12th March.
The attraction also features a host of other steam engines, so groups can enjoy miles of picturesque views through the North York Moors National Park or even book a luxury dining train for a delicious three or four course meal.
The North Yorkshire Moors Railway offers discounted rates for pre-booked groups of 20 or more. Benefits include reserved seating on the day and a free group organiser place!
North Yorkshire Moors Railway is one of the most historic lines in the North of England, taking visitors on picturesque journeys along an its own 18 mile line and a further 6 miles in to the heart of Whitby, aboard steam and heritage diesel trains.
The railway passes through stunning scenery, from wooded valleys to beautiful countryside, stopping at charming villages and spectacular seaside locations.
For more information on group fares, please visit www.nymr.co.uk/groups or call 01751 472508.