Passengers to the North Yorkshire Moors Railway this weekend will be transported back to the 1940s and experience the camaraderie and community spirit of World War II.
During the popular Railway in Wartime event, the award-winning historical charity has arranged a whole host of war-themed entertainment including a pop-up show, live music, ‘British Restaurant’ and re-enactment displays along its heritage railway line.
Brand new for 2019, discover the D-Day exhibition at Pickering station in light of the centenary anniversary – an immersive display for children highlighting the tense first 24 hours on the beaches of Normandy.
Enjoy return rides along the heritage line from Pickering to Grosmont during the nostalgic Railway in Wartime with tickets just £27 for adults/concession, £13.50 for children and families (two adults and two children) for £56. Multi-day tickets (one-day, two-day and three-day ticket options are available). Carer tickets are available with a full paying fare.
To find out more, please call 01751 473799 or to book tickets, visit nymr.co.uk/wartime