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Great Yorkshire Railway Preservation Society

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Great Yorkshire Railway Preservation Society

The Great Yorkshire Railway Preservation Society was a short-lived preservation scheme, based in Starbeck, North Yorkshire in England. It was formed in 1980 with the aim of restoring part of the Leeds-Northallerton Railway and based at the former Starbeck loco shed, then owned by Octavius Atkinson steel works. The steel works closed in 1989, and the group moved to the Yorkshire Museum of Farming at Murton, near York, where they went on to successfully restore part of the former Derwent Valley Light Railway.[1]

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  1. ^ "Welcome to the Derwent Valley Light Railway". Retrieved 24 September 2015. 

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