25th September 2017 North Yorkshire Moors Railway (NYMR) is one of the most historic lines in the North of England – and a MUST to visit (when you have time)! While the hurricans Irma and Maria are raging in the USA we "only" have heavy showers in North Yorkshire. They are short but quite intensive and even our garden is flooded for a while. Alternative (instead of walking in the mud)? A visit of the North Yorkshire Moors Railway (NYMR). Pictured: FAKE and the beautiful station in Pickering. When leaving Pickering (direction Whitby) the steam train passes a beautiful and solitary vale... ...and stops in Levisham. This station is a very idyllic and absolute quiet place... ...unless a steam train drives through! The journey continues to Goathland and Grosmont Grosmont station is home to the operating and engineering world of NYMR. This sight thrills everybody's heart! Even if the conductor assures us that the "iron horse" isn't dangerous... ...Fake plays safe... you never know! And maybe some day she will dare to travel with it.