NYMRNorth Yorkshire Moors Railway (UK)
NYMRNew York Metropolitan Region
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Announcing the cancellations, which include Pullman dining services, an NYMR statement reads: "With the severe weather warnings issued by The Met Office for this weekend, we have made this decision to ensure passenger and staff safety.
The NYMR granted unprecedented access to DSP, whose co-managing directors Emily Dalton and Donna Clark, describe the show as "a real celebration of the extraordinary heritage and traditions of the country's railways".
NYMR said the job would suit "enthusiastic individuals with a broad interest in, and knowledge of, the modern rail network, along with an interest in the NYMR's heritage train services".
Originally dating from 1836, the "second version" of the NYMR has an anniversary to celebrate this year - its 40th.
NYMR general manager Philip Benham says the credit crunch and soaring fuel costs were hitting the railway hard in two ways; a drop in the number of people with discretionary spend and by hitting the volunteer labour so vital to the running of the railway.
Paul's knowledge of heritage locomotives is up there with the very best and he'll be using it to undertake some restoration work on Lucie, along with his co-owner and brother, Daniel, an NYMR employee of nine years.
And earlier this year, during a run between Doncaster and Newcastle, it became the first steam engine since 1967 to run at 100mph on the mainline UK network - although it will travel at a much more sedate speed on the NYMR.
Owned and operated by a 10,000-member charitable Trust, the NYMR plays host to more than 350,000 passengers every year - more than any other heritage railway in the world.
The diesel train will then operate between Grosmont, Pickering and Whitby - believed to be the first time a high speed train has visited the NYMR.
Staff and volunteers from East Midlands Trains, the NYMR, Railway Children, the 125 Group and the Branch Line Society have joined forces for the event.
Once on the NYMR line, there will be a special rededication naming ceremony to mark the decade-long relationship between East Midlands Trains and Railway Children.
NYMR general manager Chris Price said: "Although we run a wide range of locomotives ourselves, it does make a change to welcome two stunning class 43s.