Goathland remains one of the NYMR’s busiest stations thanks largely to its connections to the Heartbeat TV series and Harry Potter movies. On August 6, 2013 visiting USATC ‘S160’ 2-8-0 No. 6046 departs with the 13.50 service to Pickering. JOHN STORER
Chris Price, the North Yorkshire Moors Railway’s new general manager, is now eight months into his role. Gary Boyd-Hope went to meet him to find out how he has settled in and find out more about his vision for this ‘top flight’ preserved line.
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It’s probably not the greeting you would expect from the general manager of one of preservation’s greatest success stories, but Chris Price and I are old friends from our days on the Talyllyn Railway, and I’d frankly have been very surprised to receive anything more formal.
He’s called me a lot worse over the years!
I’d gone up to meet him in his Pickering office in mid-April to find out how he had settled in to his new position in charge of the North Yorkshire Moors Railway (NYMR).
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