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Ex-LMS Black 5 No. 44871 will be arriving at the North Yorkshire Moors Railway this Tuesday.
Departing Carnforth Steamtown at 08:37, the locomotive will pass through Carnforth (08:56), Wennington (09:18), Giggleswick (09:41), Long Preston (09:47), Hellifield (09:50), Skipton (10:35), Keighley (11:11), Shipley (11:20), Leeds (11:37), Church Fenton (12:06), York (13:02), York NRM (13:24), York (16:53), Yarm (17:48), Middlesborough (18:13), James Cook (18:23), Gypsy Lane (18:27), Nunthorpe (18:30), Battersby (18:53), Glaisdale (19:41) and Grosmont (20:22).
These above timings in brackets are approximate timings. Please click the links below, which tracks the train throughout the day to keep you up to date on when it will pass through your local station.
If you head out to see 44871 on its way from Carnforth to Grosmont, then please follow all Government guidance regarding social distancing and pubic transport use. If you have any symptoms of coronavirus, give this movement a miss and follow isolation guidance.
For timings on these movements, please click the links below:
If you do go out and see 44871, why not sign up to LocoStop, our brand new railway community, and share your photos from your adventures! Click here to sign up.
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!
This article first appeared on www.railadvent.co.uk
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