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This Saturday, 27th October 2021, LNER A1 No. 60163 Tornado and LNER A3 60103 Flying Scotsman will be hauling part of a tour to Carlisle from Middlesbrough.
Departing Middlesbrough at 07:37, Tornado will take the tour to Carlisle, passing through Yarm (07:59), Thirsk (08:28), York (09:05), Sherburn-in-Elmet (09:38), Castleford (10:08), Shipley (11:12), Keighley (11:27), Skipton (11:44), Hellifield (12:28) Ribblehead (12:48), Appleby (13:27), Langwathby (13:42) and Carlisle at 14:19.
After a change of loco to 60103 Flying Scotsman, the tour will depart Carlisle at 15:44 and will pass through Appleby (16:29), Garsdale (17:06), Ribblehead (17:18), Hellifield (17:41), Gargrave (19:03), Keighley (19:26), Shipley (19:35), Castleford (20:25), Church Fenton (20:42) and York at 20:55, where Flying Scotsman is replaced by a diesel locomotive.
From York, the diesel locomotives will pass through Thirsk (21:52), Yarm (22:19) and Middlesbrough (22:35).
Are you heading out to see the loco’s? Let us know in the comments 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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