Now continue by having a look at and around Murton Park Station.  Click “Murton Park Station” button below
For more details of any event listed above, click here. For more details of any event listed above, click here. Murton Park Station Murton Park Station
Jotter ‘n’ Notice Board: Annual DVLR Special Running Evening is on Friday 21 July. 6 pm onwards. (Next Bank Holiday event is on Monday 28 August.) Another historic artefact returns to DVLR: A DVLR key hammer. And also a Notice for Members. Please watch for a revised date for 2017 AGM in Summer News Letter. Come and share views. Let’s repeat 2016 high attendance.
Derwent Valley Light Railway ℅ Yorkshire Museum of Farming Murton Lane, Murton, York, YO19 5UF
Derwent Valley Light Railway Society  is a Charitable Incorporated Organisation. Registered number 116162
Derwent Valley Light Railway.     The Blackberry Line.
 Derwent Valley Light Railway (DVLR) "The Blackberry Line" has long been the affectionate colloquial name for this cherished rural railway, Derwent Valley Light Railway (DVLR). It's a  standard gauge railway which ran between Layerthorpe, York and Cliffe Common, Selby, with several lovely village stations, including Murton, along the way. …..Continued on the “A look around” tab.
Experience History in Motion at York’s Preserved Heritage Railway Line
Experience history in motion at Derwent valley Light Railway at York. This is York's Preserved Heritage Railway. Visit us to see our historic engines and rolling stock, visit our lovely station building, see photographs from the line's past, visit the old ticket office, purchase mementos and the DVLR book (Rails Aong The Derwent) in the DVLR shop, and of course, ride the train (as many times as you like on the day). Your ticket allows you to visit ALL the attractions at Murton Park, so you can visit the Yorkshire Museum of Farming's outdoor areas and the indoor galleries with their interactive exhibits. The reconstructed Viking Village is included too. Browse this website and that of Yorkshire Museum of Farming too, to find out all you can see and experience at these multifaceted joint attractions.
Passengers in observation coach, “Sylvia,” returning to Murton Park Station.
Experience history in motion at Derwent valley Light Railway at York. This is York's Preserved Heritage Railway. Visit us to see our historic engines and rolling stock, visit our lovely station building, see photographs from the line's past, visit the old ticket office, purchase mementos and the DVLR book (Rails Aong The Derwent) in the DVLR shop, and of course, ride the train (as many times as you like on the day). Your ticket allows you to visit ALL the attractions at Murton Park, so you can visit the Yorkshire Museum of Farming's outdoor areas and the indoor galleries with their interactive exhibits. The reconstructed Viking Village is included too. Browse this website and that of Yorkshire Museum of Farming too, to find out all you can see and experience at these multifaceted joint attractions.
History in Motion
Derwent Valley Light Railway ℅ Yorkshire Museum of Farming Murton Lane, Murton, York,YO19 5UF
Visiting York in 2017? York’s Derwent Valley Light Railway, (The Blackberry Line), has enjoyment for everyone. Explore the lovely station. See our historic engines and rolling stock. Ride the train. Pore over the pictures from the railway’s past and imagine you were here in earlier times. Do add the Derwent Valley Light Railway experience to your must do list. Derwent Valley Light Railway (DVLR) "The Blackberry Line" has long been the affectionate colloquial name for this cherished rural railway, Derwent Valley Light Railway (DVLR). It's a  standard gauge railway which ran between Layerthorpe, York and Cliffe Common, Selby, with several lovely village stations, including Murton, along the way. ………..Continued on the A look around“ page. Jotter ‘n’ Notice Board: Members. Please watch for a revised date for 2017 AGM in Summer News Letter. Come and share views. Let’s repeat 2016 high attendance. Annual DVLR Special Running Evening is on Friday 21 July. 6 pm onwards. (Next Bank Holiday event is on Monday 28 August.) Another historic artefact. DVLR key hammer. Read here.