The Flying Scotsman is set to travel through Herts this evening (Friday, September 17).
The locomotive, according to Real Time Trains, is currently scheduled to pass through Hemel Hempstead at 4.56pm, Apsley at 4.57pm, Kings Langley at 4.59pm, Watford Junction at 5.02pm, and Bushey at 5.04pm, before heading into Harrow and the other parts of west London this evening.
It’s believed today’s steam locomotive and a support coach will be travelling along the tracks opposed to the full train.
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The famous locomotive passed through Cheshire earlier today.
It was built in 1923 and described as “the world’s most famous steam locomotive” – but it was retired from regular service in 1963.
It was the first engine to reach 100mph when it breached the ton-up target in November 1924.
The National Railway Museum are the current owners.
The full timetable can be found here.
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