STEAM trains will return to the North York Moors tomorrow (Saturday) for the first time since the coronavirus pandemic.

The North Yorkshire Moors Railway will welcome visitors back after it was unable to restart its new season in April due to the pandemic.

WATCH: A journey on the North Yorkshire Moors Railway

Steam journeys will be running seven days a week, with four departures daily from Pickering to Levisham return, and from Grosmont to Goathland return, with a total journey time of circa one hour.

Tickets must be pre-booked for a specific time slot before visiting. All stations will remain closed, except to pre-booked guests, and a one-way passenger walkway system will be in place.

To pre-book your visit, go to