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The world’s most famous steam locomotive, ‘Flying Scotsman, has been travelling the country for the last year, drawing thousands of admiring glances having returned to action after a long and protracted overhaul.Now it is time for the people of West Yorkshire to witness this magnificent locomotive.You will be treated to views of the Trent Valley, passing by the National Memorial Arboretum at Alrewas and Burton-upon-Trent.Joining the Midland Main Line, travelling along the Erewash Valley to Butterley with views of the Bennerley Viaduct and Nottingham Canal For those dining, nibbles will be enjoyed on the outward journey, a two course dinner will be served on your return.Tickets for its journey to Norwich, billed as an East Anglian cream tea outing, have already sold out, but people can turn out to watch.It will depart Ely at 2pm on Wednesday, May 25 and arrive in Norwich at 3.30pm, returning at 4.30pm for a 6pm arrival at Ely.The locomotive (seen here passing through Keighley and on the Severn Valley Railway) will be on loan courtesy of the National Railway Museum and will join the KWVR fleet for nine days.

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Many of these trips are fully booked but tickets are still available in Leamington Spa.

On 24 October, the Scotman will depart at 3pm from Leamington Spa for a relaxing tour following the River Trent with a short stop at Derby for a chance to see the engine.

It arrived almost an hour later than expected, after being held up twice by reports of trespassers, keen for a good view.

It will make the journey from Ely to Norwich and back in May. A spokesman for Network Rail said: “We are all excited to see The Flying Scotsman return to our rails and we know that many people have waited years for this.” The locomotive undertook a series of test runs through Cumbria and Lancashire earlier this year.