Tuesday 15 October 2019 saw the official unveiling of the plaque awarded to the North Yorkshire Moors Historical Railway Trust for work undertaken at Goathland station. The project, which saw the restoration of the waiting room originally constructed by the North Eastern Railway in 1872 and the construction of a new shop, was rewarded at the National Railway Heritage Awards on 5 December 2018 with the London Underground Operational Enhancement Award. The plaque was unveiled by Gareth Leslie, Director of Design and Heritage for Transport for London.

GOATHLAND PLAQUE UNVEILED
The plaque being unveiled at Goathland by Gareth Leslie, Director of Design and Heritage for Transport for London, with, in the centre, Andy Savage, a trustee of the National Railway Heritage Awards, and, on the right, John Bailey, chairman of the North Yorkshire Moors Historical Railway Trust.
GOATHLAND PLAQUE
The restored waiting room at Goathland station on the North Yorkshire Moors Railway, one facet of the work undertaken by the railway on the station that earned the Trust the London Underground Operational Enhancement Award in 2018.