Join heritage railway in a trip back to the 1960s
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@ nymr.co.uk or telephone 07786085127. Shades of Heartbeat at the North Yorkshire Moors Railway – where classic cars mix with steam.