If you are looking to take a ride on the miniature railway the ticket prices for 2023 are as follows:
The History of Saltburn Miniature Railway
It was originally built in 1947, by a gentleman called Mr H. Dunn – who created the 300 yard railway line that helped the Old Brine Baths Pump House connect with the flood plain at Skelton Back.
However, 1 year later in 1948 it was further expanded to reach the seafront by Mr Dunn. It also included a reversing loop – which then gave access to the tennis courts and penny bridge.
Mr Dunn then made further improvements in the form of purchasing the 1909 “blacolvesley”, a 4-4-4T. The train was also given the name “Elizabeth”.
Throughout some tough years, the railway fell into a state of dereliction and it was bought out from a Mr Pickering in 1983.
The Saltburn Miniature Railway Association was started and took ownership from Mr Pickering and since then has gone from strength to strength.