National Lottery support for heritage railway
The North Yorkshire Moors Railway, which delights 350,000 passengers a year, has been awarded £4.6m by the National Lottery, half the money it needs for a sustainability project to secure the future of the 18-mile railway through the
August 8, 2017
The 10,000-member charitable Trust behind the railway is celebrating its 50th anniversary in 2017 and believes that the money can be used to increase investment in infrastructure and help to ensure it can continue to run for the next 50 years.
Nearly £2.7m will be spent on renewing and repairing worn-out iron bridges around
The railway hopes to have an easy access carriage on every train, create a dedicated education carriage at Goathland, create a new volunteer hostel at
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