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The Yorkshire Wolds Railway operates on the track bed of the former Malton & Driffield Railway which ran through the heart of the beautiful chalk wolds between 1853 and 1958. The railway offers cab rides on a restored short section of the line, a...more
Beverley Rd | Fimber Halt, Fimber, Driffield YO25 3HG, England
Not been on the road from Wetwang for a while so it was a pleasant but unexpected surprise to see the base of the Yorkshire Wolds Railway. The site although small was very tidy and full of things to see. I can't wait to catch...More
Visited with friends on a sunny Sunday afternoon. Three of us paid £5 each to have a go at driving the train - up and down the line a few times, learning how to speed up and slow down - great fun!
We were particularly...More
I am a members of a local Classic Car Club - Bridlington & Wolds M.M.O.C. We have visited this place on a number of occasions. For the small amount of £1.50 you can have a ride on the Diesel Loco they have there. Cups of...More
We discovered this embrionic railway when we passed it. Although the site is currently small, the short ride on the engine was a joy, the staff helpful and interesting displays explained the history and aims.
Stopped had a look around a collection of a carriage a couple of trucks an industrial loco a pleasant enough chap talked to me about what they are trying to achieve but all in all a totally pointless stop even my camera died of boredom...More
Date of experience: December 2016
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MatthewYWR, Manager at Yorkshire Wolds Railway, responded to this reviewResponded 16 December 2016
Thank you very much for taking the time write a review on the YWR. I am really pleased that you where greeted by one of our volunteers who took the time to chat with you about our exciting plans for the coming year...More
We haven't visited the lovely Fimber stopoff for a couple of years. What a delight to find that a couple of hundred yards down the road from the café and toilets beloved by so many, which is situated on the site of the old Sledmere...More