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Excellent

Proa great experience

Consnone

On a recent weekend away we went to the North Yorkshire Moors and stayed five miles out of Pickering. It was the first time we had been back since having the boys and felt at the ages of three and a half and two years old they would appreciate a trip to the railway. My eldest loves trains and we...

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Excellent

ProFantastic Meal whilst having a great train ride - ...

ConsA long way from where we live

When 2 friends of ours invited us for a meal but told us that we had to be at their house by 4pm as we would need to set off by 4.15pm I was somewhat confused. When they followed this by "and make sure you are dressed smartly" I really couldn't work it out. Then when we had to make our menu...

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Excellent

“Building up a head of steam”

published 03/05/2001

Probreathtaking scenery

Consnone

If you are looking for a great day out for all the family look no further than the North Yorkshire Moors Railway. It is often referred to as the "heartbeat" railway .This is due to the line travelling through Goathland better known as Aidensfield of course , to millions of TV viewers in the long...

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Excellent

ProA beautiful journey on fascinating trains

ConsNone at all!

Whether you’re a fan of Heartbeat or not the North York Moors Railway is well worth a visit. It runs from Pickering in the south to Grosmont in the north, via Goathland, which is transformed into Aidensfield in order to film Heartbeat. Just in case you’re unfamiliar with the place...

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Excellent

ProExcellent experience

ConsTrains are a bit packed sometimes

The title says it all! Basically you re-live the forties....i shall explain! On the 20th/21st of October every year, the railway running from Pickering to Grosmont passing through, Goathland AKA Heatbeat village, Newton-Dale, and Levisham. Is "transformed" back to the 1940s, with sounds of air...

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Not for me

published 17/08/2008

However GERMANS have been banned! Let's make it quite clear without the Germans forces doing what they did many years ago, there would be no such thing as a 1940's event. In most cases the public only go to see those dressed in German uniforms which are far more interesting to look at and popular than those dreary and drab uniforms of the English. In my opinion you can't have one without the other. Slightly bias then ? I cant imagine anyone with a business refusing money to anyone dressed in a German uniform

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Listed on Ciao since: 17/01/2001