Classic steam train comes to North Yorkshire Moors Railway

Credit: North Yorkshire Moors Railway

Steam train enthusiasts have the chance to ride the Royal Scot as the North Yorkshire Moors Railway celebrates 50 years since the formation of its charitable trust.

The train, originally built in 1927 and rebuilt in 1950, was made by the the London, Midland and Scottish Railway for their fastest passenger services from London to Birmingham, Manchester and Glasgow.

It was eventually retired in October 1962.

Passengers will be able to take a round-trip from Grosmont to Pickering at 9.30am, 12.30pm and 3.30pm daily until April 2.

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