Grosmont developed mainly as a centre of ironstone mining, which flourished during the nineteenth century. From here the rock was taken to the Teesside blast furnaces. Grosmont also produced the 'Grosmont brick' from 1870 until 1957, a particularly dense brick which defies being drilled.
Today, the village is dominated by the heritage steam and diesel services operated by the North Yorkshire Moors Railway which runs from Pickering to Grosmont, with an extra service along the Esk Valley Railway line from Grosmont to Whitby on some days during the summer season. See the timetables page or North Yorkshire Moors Railway website.
Change train and platforms at Grosmont to connect with heritage
steam services. The Esk Valley Railway shares the station with the
North Yorkshire Moors Railway. Here the heritage and the service trains
meet on opposite platforms. Visit the engine shed a short walk from the
station to view the maintenance carried out on the steam engines.
Esk Valley Railway Music and Ale Trains for 2017
Real Ale, Real Music, Real Fun!
Sorry - all over for this year but we would welcome feedback for next year. We hope to run at least the same three months as in 2017.
The Old School Coffee Shop
On the left hand side on the way to the Engine Shed
Home made cakes and fairtrade tea and coffee
Tel: 01947 895754 www.grosmontcoffeeshop.co.uk
Grosmont Gallery & Jazz Cafe
Close to the station, and visible from the platform.
Paintings, pottery, crafts and sculptures from local artists.
Tel: 01947 895007 www.grosmontgallery.com
The Station Tavern
Close to the station
Tel: 01947 895060 www.stationtavern-grosmont.co.uk
The Rail Trail
This walk links Grosmont to Goathland (3½ miles). It runs along the route of George Stephenson's original railway line of 1836.
- Buy the Rail Trail booklet online from NYMNP website
Industrial Past walk
A 4½-mile circular walk from Grosmont station. This gentle stroll passes by tumbling water and through fields and woodland.
- Download a pdf of the Grosmont Industrial Past walk (A walk in the Esk Valley produced by the North York Moors National Park Authority, from NYMNP website)
Esk Valley Walk
The Esk Valley Walk passes through Grosmont. More about the Esk Valley Walk.
|Off-Peak fares from Grosmont||
With EVR Railcard discount
|Day Return to Whitby||£3.90||
|Day Return to Middlesbrough||£6.60||
|Journey times from Grosmont|
|To Whitby||21 minutes|
|To Middlesbrough||69 minutes|
Access to the single platform is step free, the station is wheelchair accessible.
There is a shelter on the platform.
There is a station car park.
Grosmont is an unstaffed station.
Grosmont station is well maintained by dedicated volunteers who have transformed the station garden.
Taxis: advance booking is essential.
M&D 01947 895418
PH 01947 821585
Local buses: these buses stop near Grosmont station.
99 Lealholm - Whitby
Traveline: 0871 200 22 33
There are several shops at Grosmont, including a general store, bookshop, gallery and cafe and the Station Tavern.
Grid reference: NZ828052
Lat/Long: 54°26'11.0"N / 0°43'31.2"W
Train times from Grosmont (10.12.17 to 19.05.18)
Monday to Saturday
Train times from Grosmont (21.05.17 to 9.12.17)
Monday to Saturday
|* Only runs on Fridays in June July & August, also Monday 21 August for Whitby Regatta and Bank Holiday Monday 28 August.|