#Flying Scotsman

Flying Scotsman Driven by All-Female Crew to Celebrate International Women’s Day

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This year's International Women's Day - March 8th - saw the world's most famous steam train, the Flying Scotsman, driven by an all-female crew on the East Lancashire Railway (ELR) for only the second time. The crew consisted of three volunteers from the ELR and driver Beth Furness...

The Flying Scotsman: Celebrating 100 Years of Railway History

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On February 25th, 1923, the Flying Scotsman steam train entered service, marking a significant moment in the history of railways. It quickly gained popularity among railway enthusiasts and the general public due to its impressive record-breaking feats. In 1928, it made history by hauling the first non-stop London...