Flying Scotsman
Flying Scotsman steams through the countryside

Scotsman on the tracks

Photo credit: Liam Barnes

See Flying Scotsman in action throughout 2018 and beyond as it hauls special tours across the UK.

 

Tour Schedule:

 

 

5/6/7/8 September
Trips on East Lancashire Railway
www.eastlancsrailway.org.uk
0333 320 2830
enquiries@eastlancsrailway.org.uk

9 September
Public Display at East Lancashire Railway
www.eastlancsrailway.org.uk
0333 320 2830
enquiries@eastlancsrailway.org.uk

22 September
The Ynys-Mon Express
Crewe to Chester via Holyhead
www.pathfindertours.co.uk
01453 835414/834477
office@pathfindertours.co.uk

29/30 September and 1 October
Trips behind Flying Scotsman at Nene Valley Railway
01780 784444
www.nvr.org.uk/events/flying-scotsman

4 October
Flying Scotsman from Theale

www.steamdreams.co.uk 
01483 209888
info@steamdreams.co.uk

4 October
Flying Scotsman from Taunton

www.steamdreams.co.uk 
01483 209888
info@steamdreams.co.ukc

6 October
Plymouth to Penzance with Flying Scotsman

www.steamdreams.co.uk 
01483 209888
info@steamdreams.co.uk

6 October
Flying Scotsman from Plymouth

www.steamdreams.co.uk 
01483 209888
info@steamdreams.co.uk

8 October
Flying Scotsman from Plymouth

www.steamdreams.co.uk 
01483 209888
info@steamdreams.co.uk

8 October
Flying Scotsman from Exeter

www.steamdreams.co.uk 
01483 209888
info@steamdreams.co.uk

13 October
Farewell Alan Pegler
London to York (return with diesel)
www.steamdreams.co.uk 
01483 209888
info@steamdreams.co.uk

 

 

Please note that the National Railway Museum is not running these tours – all enquiries about tickets and bookings should be made to the relevant tour operator:
Steam Dreams – 01483 209 888 (9am to 5.30pm Monday-Friday).
Railway Touring Company – 01553 661 500 (8.30am to 5pm, Monday-Friday & Saturday 9am to 4pm).
East Lancashire Railway – 0333 320 2830
Nene Valley Railway – 01780 784444

While we understand interest in Flying Scotsman will be extremely high, we urge those wishing to view it on its tour dates to do so from a safe vantage point. It is vital that spectators do not venture onto the railway, particularly when it is on the mainline as a full timetable of regular services will also be running.