North Yorkshire Moors Railway
North Yorkshire Moors Railway runs on a historic line between Pickering and Whitby, through the North York Moors National Park. Stop at famous spots such as Goathland, featured in Harry Potter, and Levisham where you can walk to the Hole of Horcum.
Step back in time with Britain's most popular heritage steam railway between the market town of Pickering and the famous seaside town of Whitby.
The NYMR trains stop at a handful of unique stations along the line, including Goathland Station which featured famously in Harry Potter as Hogsmeade Station, and ITV's Heartbeat. Head out from the station and into the small village of Goathland where you will find a lovely local pub and restaurant.
Another stop is Levisham where you can take a scenic walk through the North York Moors countryside and visit the Hole of Horcum - a huge 400ft natural amphitheatre known as the Devil's Punchbowl.
Stop off at Grosmont Station a little way down the line to visit the railway's locomotive sheds and workshops to see how these historic engines are restored and maintained.
The trains run on a hop-on hop-off basis, so you can pick and choose where you want to get off an explore and when you want to re-embark to continue your journey.