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Keighley and Worth Valley Railway resident, 37075, will be on the mainline this Monday.
Unfortunately, 37075 isn’t mainline registered, so it will be being dragged by another locomotive, but this is still a rare chance to see the locomotive on the mainline.
Departing the KWVR at 13:20, the locomotive will pass through Crossflatts (13:30), Bingley (13:31), Shipley (13:35), Apperley Bridge (13:39), Woodlesford (13:55), Normanton (14:01), Fitzwilliam (14:16), Moorthorpe (14:21), Bolton-on-Dearne (14:28), Chesterfield (15:04), Derby (15:35).
From Derby, the locomotive will pass through Long Eaton (15:48), Attenborough (15:53), Beeston (15:55), Nottingham (16:02) and finally Nottingham Eastcroft at 16:07.
We would like to remind people that this is a light engine movement and can be cancelled, changed, or delayed for an unknown reason.
For timings on these movements, please click the links below:
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As always, please respect the dangers of the railway. Please do not trespass on the railway to see this iconic locomotive – stay to public access spots!
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