Levisham Railway Station :: Shared Description

Levisham railway station is a station on the North Yorkshire Moors Railway (NYMR) and serves the village of Levisham in the North York Moors National Park. The station was originally opened by the Whitby and Pickering Railway in 1836, an isolated horse-worked railway engineered by George Stephenson. It was taken over by the York and North Midland Railway in 1845 who converted it to a double track steam-worked conventional railway and linked it to their new line from York to Scarborough. It became part of the North Eastern Railway in 1854. Closed by British Rail in 1965 it was eventually reopened by MYMR in 1975 who have restored it in 1912 style.
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SE8191 : Pickering Platform, Levisham Railway Station by Andrew Curtis
SE8191 : Levisham Railway Station by Andrew Curtis
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SE8191 : Levisham Station House by Andrew Curtis
SE8191 : Levisham Railway Station by Andrew Curtis
SE8191 : Levisham Railway Station by Andrew Curtis
SE8191 : Ticket Office, Levisham Railway Station by Andrew Curtis


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Created: Sat, 7 Jul 2018, Updated: Sat, 7 Jul 2018

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