National Railway Museum’s Flying Scotsman is back on the tracks!

The National Railway Museum’s Flying Scotsman is making its first main line trip with passengers since 2019 as part of The Steam Dreams Rail Co.’s series of summer trains from London Victoria Station.

Passengers will be able to enjoy either a lunchtime or evening journey across the scenic Surrey Hills being hauled by the World’s most famous locomotive, Flying Scotsman, as it is put through its paces.

While the train takes the strain, passengers will be able to enjoy one of three classes of travel from Pullman Style Dining in beautiful vintage carriages with wood panelled walls, table lamps and curtains whilst enjoying a 3-course meal to Premium Standard where passengers are welcome to bring their own picnics whilst seated in 1960s open carriages with large picture windows. Prices start from £109pp.

© Mrs Joan Green – Flying Scotsman near Crofton

Built in Doncaster in 1923, Flying Scotsman was the first locomotive in the UK to officially reach 100mph and hauled the first regular non-stop London to Edinburgh service.

Flying Scotsman is owned by the National Railway Museum and operated and maintained by Riley & Son (E) Ltd.

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