Scottish Region

NORTH EASTERN MAP

BACKGROUND

railway station holidays The North Eastern Region was a region of British Railways from 1948. It was the near direct post-nationalisation descendant of the North Eastern Railway, that had merged with some other companies to form the LNER in 1923.

In 1958 in a major re-drawing of the region boundaries it gained those former LMS lines that lay in the present-day West and North Yorkshire. In 1967 it was disbanded and merged with the Eastern Region.

Learn more about the North Eastern Region
PROPERTY OF THE MONTH

The Old Goods Shed – Cloughton Station

The Old Goods Shed, fully renovated in 2008, provides superb self-catering accommodation for up to six people on two floors, comprising one twin en-suite with shower, one double, one bunk room with high ‘loft’ bed and separate bath/shower room on the top floor.
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£550 - £650Price Range:
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