Tina Barker

Tina Barker

Posted on 04/21/2017


Photo taken on May 19, 2010



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Pickering Station

Pickering Station 

Pickering is the southern terminus of the NORTH YORKSHIRE MOORS RAILWAY.

The original Pickering station was opened on 26 May 1836 forming the southern terminus of the horse drawn Whitby & Pickering Railway. The site of the station was just north of the present building.

When the York & North Midland Railway took over the Whitby & Pickering Line and built a branch from Malton to meet at Pickering, a new station was built to accommodate steam locomotives.

The present station was opened on 7 July 1845.

Comments
John
John
Nice view of the station, thanks for adding it to the NYMR group I started
17 months ago.
Tina Barker has replied to John
Thank you. My husband, his brother & their, late, father, (all Yorkshiremen), work, & worked, as Railway Signal Engineers & have a great love for the NYMR, as do I.
17 months ago. Edited 16 months ago.