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This Friday, 17th May 2019, will see 62005 back out on the mainline once again, this time, heading for Fort William.
This light engine movement is to allow the locomotive to be in Scotland to haul Jacobite services.
Departing Carnforth Steamtown at 06:18, the locomotive will pass through Carnforth (06:38), Oxenholme Lake District (07:52), Tebay (08:11), Penrith North Lakes (08:33) and Carlisle at 08:54.
From Carlisle, the locomotive will pass through Lockerbie (10:49), Beattock (11:30), Carstairs (13:10), Holytown (13:55) Mossend (13:59), Ashfield (14:59), Dalmuir (15:15), Dumbarton Central (15:24), Helensburgh Upper (16:24), Garelochhead (16:42), Arrochar & Tarbet (17:13), Ardlui (17:32), Crianlarich (17:59), Upper Tyndrum (18:13), Bridge of Orchy (18:30), Rannoch (19:26), Corrur (19:43), Tulloch (20:06), Roy Bridge (20:42), Spean Bridge (20:51) and Fort William J. Yd T.C. at 21:30.
Timings For timings on these movements, please click the links below:
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As always, please respect the dangers of the railway. Please do not trespass on the railway to see this iconic locomotive – stay to public access spots!
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This article first appeared on www.railadvent.co.uk
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