York's Historic Buildings
This Victorian railway station was the largest in the world during the time of completion.
This station was the second railway station to be built in York and was the largest in the world at the time of completion.
Across the road from York Railway Station you will notice some large arches in the Bar Walls. York's first Railway station, a terminus, resided here.
At the foot of the footbridge you will see the grand station clock.
These locomotives were built in the sixties and only a few of the large fleet exist today.
This is one of the new locomotives in operation today, the class 68. You will also notice the large signalling centre which has also recently been established.
Throughout the year and especially the warmer months, steam specials are run including the Scarborough Spa Express.