North Yorkshire Moors Railway Art Competition
.Enter your best 'Railway in Wartime' drawing to win a school trip to the NYMR!
Entry closes Friday 28 August, 5pm!
To honour this year’s cancelled Railway in Wartime event, we have launched a specially themed drawing competition to encourage children, aged between four and eleven, to think about what the railway might have looked like during wartime and draw their interpretation of it.
During the second world war, Britain’s railways were used more heavily than at any time in their history and played a pivotal role in evacuating thousands of children and transporting them to safety, as well as delivering vital supplies across the country.
- A trip to the railway for their entire class
- A personalised headboard
- A Pullman Dining Experience for their favourite teacher and a guest.*
How to enter
Drawing competition entries should be submitted by Friday 28 August at 5pm, and will be shortlisted by Chris Price, General Manager. Once the top designs have been chosen, voting for the winning candidate will be handed over to the public to decide via the railway’s social media channels.
The winner will be announced on 9 October, during what would have been the Railway in Wartime event that usually welcomes more than 30,000 visitors.