Project, at present in the very early stages, to recreate part of a
former peat extraction railway on Crowle Moor. The line would be 3 ft
(914 mm) gauge, diesel hauled using restored original equipment, and
up to 500 yards (450 m) in length.
Waltham, near Grimsby. 5 in (127 mm) / 7¼ in (184 mm) gauge miniature
railway about 400 yards (360 m) in length. Usually steam hauled.
Club line open to the public most Sundays during the summer, and
certain other days.
Hemsworth Water Park,
Kinsley, near Pontefract. Line about 300 yards (270 m) in length. 7¼ in
(184 mm) gauge, steam outline battery electric locomotives (Website
contains little information relating to railway)
The museum at York offers train rides on a short line within the
museum grounds on certain days. Standard gauge, usually steam hauled.
There is also a 7¼ in (184 mm) gauge miniature railway about 150 yards
(135 m) in length.
Pickering to Grosmont: 18 miles (29 km). Some trains continue to
Whitby over the Network Rail line, a further 6 miles (10 km). Standard
gauge. Steam and diesel hauled. Dining trains operate at certain
Northallerton West to Redmire: about 21½ miles (35 km), however
the section between Northallerton West and Leeming Bar was out of
use in early 2016 owing to flood damage. Proposed extension to
Northallerton (Transpennine Express station), a further 2 miles, 3 km.
Possible future extension to Hawes. Standard gauge. Steam hauled or
Wolds Way Lavender, Wintringham, near
Malton. Line about 550 yards (500 m) in length. 7¼ in (184 mm) gauge,
currently petrol hauled, a steam locomotive is under construction.
Unusually for such a small gauge railway, in addition to carrying
passengers, this line carries freight in the form of cut lavender from
the fields directly into the distillery (Website contains little
information relating to railway)
Project to reopen about 1½ miles (2.4 km) of the Malton to
Driffield line from Malton East to Settrington. Currently has about
100 yards (90 m) of standard gauge track, expected to be extended to
300 yards (275 m) in the near future. Offers cab rides in a diesel
shunter locomotive, typically one day each month from Easter to