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 Posted: Thu Apr 13th, 2017 02:25 am
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Latest News Yesterday Tue 11th 04 2017 FIrst time since 1966 for steam train to make history, Was the Tornado Class A1 number 60163
Run From Manchester to Newcastle making 100 MPH

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Think there was a bit on the news yesterday evening, but I missed it.

Found this though.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-york-north-yorkshire-39581712


Wonder if we will see more steam hauled regular services as there were in February on Settle and Carlisle.


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It was done on the ECML between Newcastle and Doncaster!!  Well done to all concerned!! :)



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Hi Ed thank you for post Have been trying to read between lines  Raising speed limit must mean more use just an idea Lets hope so  Would be nice to see take us back to the 1960
A few week back had a chance to see Flying Scotsman at Abergavenny South wales  It was very nice to see

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Hi Ron Thank you for your information Always nice to learn Tornados history Have never seen the Tornado live steam.  Few weeks back traveled 20 miles to see the Flying Scotsman close up Was very good

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