The iconic 1923 locomotive, the Flying Scotsman, is probably the most famous steam engine in the world. It has recently been re-built after major reconstruction and was due to come to the Scottish Borders on May 15th, however Network Rail cancelled the excursion after it had failed to complete checks on the new Borders Railway. After huge protests Scottish Borders Council along with ScotRail managed to get the decision reversed. Here are a few highlights from the train's visit to Tweedbank Station.
Produced by Ronald Yule for StuMedia.