The Age of Steam

Your Steam Journey Begins

The Flying Scotsman. “60103”

In it’s Day it was a flagship locomotive for the LNER

Designer: Nigel Gresley
Builder: Doncaster Works, Doncaster South Yorkshire.

Built in 1923 The Iconic London & North Eastern Railway’s. 60103 Flying Scotsman Heading for Inverness Friday 10th May 2019, the locomotive will be returning to the Highlands of Scotland for the first time since its refurbishment for a 3 day visit.

The Mayflower. “61306”

Designer: Edward Thompson
Builder: North British Locomotive Company, Glasgow.

Built in 1948 The Iconic London & North LNER Thompson Class B1 61306 is a preserved British steam locomotive. In preservation, it has carried the LNER-derived number 1306 and the name Mayflower, complete with LNER Apple Green Livery.

Strathspey Steam Railway. E. V. Cooper, “46512,”

Designer: George Ivatt
Builder: Swindon Railway Works. Swindon Wiltshire

From exotic walks to ski resorts, The Strathspey Railway is a restored steam railway using part of the old route from Aviemore to Forres in the heart of the Cairngorm National Park. It now carries passengers between Aviemore, Boat of Garten and the current terminus at Broomhill on the banks of the Spey opposite Nethy Bridge and approximately three and a half miles south of Grantown on Spey. Now named “E.V. Cooper Engineer”, after the engineer who led the restoration.

The Jacobite. “45212”

Designer: William Stanier
Builder: Armstrong Whitworth. Elswick Newcastle upon Tyne.

Built in 1935 The LMS Stanier Class 45212 is a preserved British steam locomotive. The Jacobite is Affectionally Known as the Hogwarts Express. running daily in the summer from Fort William to Mallaig over Glenfinnan Viaduct made famous by the Harry Potter Trilogy.

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