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Steam locomotive 60163 Tornado will be back on the mainline this Thursday, 14th March 2019, and will be heading for Aberdeen.
This is Tornado’s second tour since repair work was completed at the Nene Valley Railway and Barrow Hill.
The train will depart Edinburgh at 10:14, and will pass through places like Haymarket (10:18), Dalmeny (10:30), Kirkcaldy (10:59) Perth (12:14), Invergowrie (12:37), Dundee (12:57), Carnoustie (13:25), Arbroath (13:33), Stonehaven (14:24) and finally Aberdeen (14:44).
The return journey will depart Edinburgh at 17:56 and will pass through Carnoustie (19:08), Dundee (19:26), Perth (20:04), Dalmeny (21:33), Haymarket (21:50) and Edinburgh at 21:58.
To find all the information you need for upcoming tours and steam locomotive movements, please see our movements and tour page by clicking here.
Below are the real time trains timings that will allow you to track the train on Sunday:
If you do go out and see 60163 Tornado, why not sign up to LocoStop. This is our new railway community, and share your photos from your adventures! Click here to sign up.
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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