general manager Chris Price said: "Northern Lights Express services are not to be missed.
Tonight, the NYMR
is preparing for one of those important dates mentioned above, the Gala Festival, where they showcase steam engines from up and down the country in this episode.
volunteer Nick Carter said: "We welcome the support the students are able to give, as it is helping us with the upkeep of tools and plant, while the young people benefit from applying their skills and learning to equipment that is from a real working environment."
It will be the fourth year the NYMR
has started its season with a famous visiting engine, having previously welcomed the Flying Scotsman, the Royal Scot and Class A1 No 60163 Tornado.
are also involved in restoring several locomotives.
general manager Chris Price said: "Our Santa Specials bring so much joy to our visitors and to see children, parents and grandparents enjoying the experience is an absolute pleasure."
Tickets cost PS20 per person to book, visit nymr
And one of the episodes will feature a visit by DJ Tony Blackburn, actress Sherrie Hewson and former Dr Who actor Colin Baker to the picturesque NYMR
By 1973, the North Yorkshire Moors Railway (NYMR
) was up and running with old steam locos travelling between Pickering and Grosmont.
Around PS27,000 worth of damage was caused to the carriages, dating from 1930 to 1950, which were parked on North Yorkshire Moors Railway (NYMR
) sidings at Pickering when they were vandalised last July.
depends on over 400 volunteers to operate through the year and many travel long distances to carry out a range of duties.