North Yorkshire Moors Railway Recollections
The latest in the series takes us to the NYMR which has so much variety in both scenery and railway interest. From the coastal resort of Whitby to the picturesque town of Pickering via the wilds of the North York Moors this is a railway well worth visiting. The Recollections volume provides an enjoyable appetite whetter, a companion guide and a memorable keepsake.
Together with many rural secondary lines, The North Yorkshire Moors Railway was earmarked for closure under the sweeping recommendations of Dr Beeching in his famous report on the Reshaping of British Railways in 1963. Despite objections, closure came on 6 March 1965, when the by then diesel-worked service was augmented by a special train that ran from Scarborough to Whitby, then on to Pickering and Rillington Junction, hauled by 'K4' 2-6-0 No 3442 The Great Marquess and 'K1' 2-6-0 No 62005.
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