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Flying Scotsman

Love me tender: The rebirth of the Flying Scotsman

The locomotive that has hauled one of the most famous trains in the world since the 1920s will be unveiled for the first time tonight after a £1.5m rebuild

Extra speedy services from new-look Flying Scotsman

A SCOTLAND to London train company ushers in a new era today with a new timetable, while saying goodbye to an old familiar feature of its service.

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Campaign to save Flying Scotsman observation coach

A campaign has been launched to save a railway carriage that was hauled by the Flying Scotsman.

Flying Scotsman back on the rails

THE Flying Scotsman - which hauled the first non-stop train between London and Edinburgh in 1928 - has made its first public journey since being saved for the nation.

Slow start for the Flying Scotsman

THE Flying Scotsman set off on its first public journey under museum ownership yesterday - and was delayed by signalling problems before heading from York to Scarborough.

Cash deal to save Flying Scotsman

THE Flying Scotsman, the world-famous steam locomotive, has been saved from the prospect of a sale abroad to stay running in Britain, it was announced today.

Steam legend saved for UK

THE Flying Scotsman, the world-famous steam locomotive, has been saved from the prospect of a sale abroad to stay running in Britain, it was announced today.

Railway Museum keeps Flying Scotsman in UK

THE Flying Scotsman, the world’s best-known locomotive, is to stay in Britain following fears it could be lost to the United States.

Museum bids for Flying Scotsman

MUSEUM bosses today put in their bid to keep the world’s most famous steam locomotive running on Britain’s railways.

Museum hopes late bid will save the Flying Scotsman

A BID to save the Flying Scotsman locomotive for the nation was lodged yesterday by the National Railway Museum on the eve of the closing date for the sale.

Letting off steam - the expensive way

You’d never catch a woman doing it. But for some reason, men can’t stop. From small boys with their intricate train sets and Thomas the Tank Engine books, all the way through to multi-millionaire businessmen willing to squander it all on a clapped-out old engine, there’s something about trains that men find hard to resist.

Branson in new bid to stop Flying Scotsman going abroad

SIR Richard Branson has pledged to put forward cash to keep the Flying Scotsman locomotive in the UK.

Branson pledges cash to save the Flying Scotsman

SIR Richard Branson has promised to intervene with a cash donation to save the Flying Scotsman from leaving Britain.

Museum fights to stop loss of Flying Scotsman

THE Flying Scotsman could be sent abroad when its sold off next month if British bidders cannot find cash to save it, rail experts have warned.

Museum in cash plea for historic train

MUSEUM bosses today appealed for donations to keep the Flying Scotsman running on Britain’s railways.

Flying Scotsman cuts losses

FLYING Scotsman, the Ofex-listed owner of the world’s most famous steam locomotive, has narrowed its first-half losses.

Fight is on to keep Flying Scotsman

A BID to bring the world’s most famous steam locomotive to Berwick-upon-Tweed is being led by a retired architect, who claims the Flying Scotsman must not be lost to the United States.

Bid to save Flying Scotsman

A RESCUE bid to keep the Flying Scotsman in Britain was launched yesterday, after the world’s best-known locomotive was put up for sale.

Flying Scotsman is put up for sale

THE world’s most famous steam locomotive has been put up for sale due to delays in building a visitor centre in the Capital.

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