Pickering Railway Station

Pickering railway station is the southern terminus of the North Yorkshire Moors Railway and serves the town of Pickering in North Yorkshire, England.

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... of the scenery on the line of the Whitby and Pickering Railway in the north eastern part of Yorkshire ... A History of the Whitby and Pickering ... ISBN 0-85409-553-5 North Eastern Railway, Its Rise and Development by W.W.Tomlinson (David Charles 1967 reprint of 1914 original) North Eastern Railway, Its ...

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