|NORTH YORKSHIRE MOORS|
Probably one of, if not the most popular preserved railway in the country; the North Yorkshire Moors Railway is 18 miles long, and runs trains through the North York Moors National Park between Grosmont and Pickering. The railway also regularly runs trains on the national network from Grosmont to Whitby and Battersby. The 'Moors' is perhaps best known for its gradients, and the notorious 3 mile 1 in 49 climb out of Grosmont to Goathland. The line is home to the North Eastern Locomotive Preservation Group (NELPG) and its collection of NER/LNER locos, as well as the LNER Coach Association's impressive teak coaches. Around 20 engines are based on the line, with the big four, BR, industrial and even the USA represented!