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Pickering Station (Pickering)

Pickering Station is the railway station serving the Yorkshire market town of Pickering.

The station was designed by G. T. Andrews and opened in 1848.

Closed in the days of Ernie Marples, the station is now the terminus and headquarters of the reopened North Yorkshire Moors Railway, with trains running to Goathland and Grosmont, and some now continuing to Whitby.

The line formerly continued Southwards to Rillington.

A cross country line once ran Westwards to Helmsley and Thirsk, and Eastwards to Scarborough.

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