Join her­itage rail­way in a trip back to the 1960s

Classic Car Weekly (UK) - - News -

The North York­shire Moors Rail­way is invit­ing clas­sic car own­ers to take part in two of its events on con­sec­u­tive weekends this sum­mer.

On 2-3 July the her­itage line is cel­e­brat­ing its film­ing links with the TV series Heart­beat with ve­hi­cles and live mu­sic of the era. Dur­ing this Swing­ing Six­ties week­end there will be dis­plays of pe­riod cars at Goath­land and Le­visham sta­tions, lo­ca­tions that will be fa­mil­iar to fans of the ITV series that was screened from 1992 to 2010. There will also be live mu­sic.

Clas­sics from a broader pe­riod will be fea­tured the fol­low­ing week­end (9-10 July) at the rail­way’s an­nual Clas­sic Ve­hi­cle Week­end when cars will be dis­played at Gros­mont, Goath­land and Le­visham sta­tions.

The NYMR runs steam trains be­tween Whitby and Pick­er­ing, call­ing at the in­ter­me­di­ate sta­tions where dis­plays and other at­trac­tions will be tak­ing place. David Brown

Own­ers of suit­able ve­hi­cles should con­tact Val Holmes by email events@ or tele­phone 07786085127. Shades of Heart­beat at the North York­shire Moors Rail­way – where clas­sic cars mix with steam.

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