The Yorkshire Wolds Railway Restoration Project was formed in October 2008, exactly 50 years after closure of the Malton to Driffield line.
Our aim is to restore at least part of the railway as a heritage attraction, working with all interested parties to enhance tourism in the area. This will be the only Heritage Railway in the East Riding of Yorkshire. We know the real benefits that similar projects (both small and large) bring to areas in other parts of the country and hope our region will be able to see these benefits too.
The YWR is now open from 11 – 5 every Sunday and Bank Holiday Monday until 29 October 2017!
We look forward to seeing you on site and show you the exciting work that will have been carried out by members over the Winter season.
You can read more about what to see on site here
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As part of the project, our research has turned up hundreds of images and some incredible stories from the past which we are sharing through this site.