Spring Pullman Dining on the North Yorkshire Moors Railway

Limited dates are available for Spring Moorlander Pullman dining service at the North Yorkshire Moors Railway.

This year, the North Yorkshire Moors Railway is celebrating 45 years of its Pullman services and have recently announced the Spring Moorlander service for visitors to dine in style and enjoy a delicious seasonal three-course meal, cooked and served onboard the Pullman Dining Train.​

The return services depart from Grosmont Station at 12:30pm and travel along 18 miles of the heritage line to Pickering and back, with the experience lasting approximately 2 hours and 35 minutes.​

Pullman Dining

Diners can expect a selection of artisan bread and butter at the table and then three-courses pre-booked from the seasonal menu. Starters include spring vegetable soup, goats cheese, pear & walnut tart, or chef’s homemade chicken liver pâté. The main course choices are roast loin of Yorkshire pork, Yorkshire seafood chowder, or pearl barley risotto. To finish, passengers can choose from a trio of desserts or a selection of cheese and biscuits, followed by tea or coffee and handmade specialty chocolates.​

Kathryn Watson, Catering Manager at the NYMR, said, “When it comes to choosing Pullman menus, we like to keep them fresh using quality, local, seasonal products where possible, we have a lot of repeat guests so we currently offer spring, summer and autumn menus, afternoon tea and some special menus – this year we are celebrating Yorkshire Day & the 45th anniversary of the Pullman Dining train too.”

The Pullman Dining Spring Moorlander is available for booking on 2, 3, 4, 5, 9, 10, 11, 12, 16, 17, 18, 19, 23, 24, 25 & 26 May, and costs £95 per person. There are four person private coupes available for £399 and a four person private coupe with drinks package for £415.​

Pullman Dining

To book your ticket to these limited dates of first class dining on the Spring Moorlander, visit www.nymr.co.uk/spring-moorlander 

The North Yorkshire Moors Railway

The North Yorkshire Moors Railway is an award-winning charitable trust that carries 300,000 unique passengers every year. It is Britain’s most popular heritage railway and is one of the best visitor attractions in the North East.

The NYMR cares for operating and developing the railway it owns from Pickering to Grosmont.

The heritage railway operates over Network Rail from Grosmont to Whitby.

The charity provides a high quality, safe and authentic evocation of the steam age for the public.

The NYMR is an Educational Charitable Trust. Providing education for all ages.

The railway is a fully accredited museum.

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