The North Bay Heritage Railway

Due to the coronavirus we are CLOSED until further notice we hope to reopen as soon as possible.

North Bay Railway Official Opening 1931

A very Special Seaside Railway

One of Scarborough’s top seaside attractions the North Bay Heritage Railway, Sky Trail and Historic Water Chute is a great family day out. The locomotives, scenery and history of the railway all add up to make it a fantastic day.

The North Bay Railway is a great way to travel to Scarborough Sea Life Centre with our regular public transport service train. Now more than just a heritage railway bring your family to explore the Sky Trail, thrill on the historic Water Chute, face the challenge of the Water Balls or take things more leisurely on the boating lake.

Our seaside attraction is family friendly and accessible for pushchairs, wheelchairs and mobility scooters. We are also 100% dog friendly and dogs are welcome to travel on the train free of charge but we do ask you keep your dog on a short lead.

North Bay Railway Ticket Prices

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 Prebuy OnlineAt Railway
Unlimited Adult Day Pass£4.20£4.50
Unlimited child day pass (3-16)£3.203.50
Adult Single£3.203.50
Child Single£2.70£3.00
Under 3'sFreeFree
Unlimited Family Day Pass (4 people)£14.00£15.00

2020 Timtable

Click on the image above to see a larger version of the timetable.

1931 Opening Day First Train

A balck and white film with no sound of the very first day of public running of North Bay Railway Scarborough with the opening ceremony.

2019 North Bay Railway Gala

Probably the best video we have seen of the railway with some excellent drone footage of the railway and North Bay. 

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Covid 19 Update May 2020
As I am sure you are aware of the news and the severity of this outbreak. As a Company we must put first the safety of our staff, volunteers and our valued customers.

To this aim we have reviewed all current advice from the Government, NHS England and other appropriate sources. We believe it would be irresponsible to expose staff and volunteers to unnecessary risk. Therefore with regret we have taken the decision to close the North Bay Heritage Railwayand Attractions until further notice.

This decision was particularly hard to make and will be subject constant review with the aim to resume operations as soon as it is safe to do so.

Hopefully this decision will not only protect the public but also protect our staff and volunteers, many of whom are in the “at risk” groups as defined by Public Health England.

We will be posting regular updates via social media and our website www.nbr.org.uk

Thank you to everyone for your continued support during this difficult time, stay safe.

The NBR Team.

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