This Monday, 1st February 2021, will see Ex-LNER K1 No. 62005 back out on the mainline once again, this time, heading for Grosmont on the North Yorkshire Moors Railway.
This light engine movement is to allow the locomotive to head back to base after spending Summer in Scotland on The Jacobite services and subsequent repairs at Carnforth.
Departing Carnforth Steamtown at 08:37, the locomotive will pass through Carnforth (08:56), Settle Junction (09:42), Hellifield (09:49), Gargrave (10:33), Skipton (10:43), Keighley (11:08), Shipley (11:20), Whitehall Junction (11:36), Castleford (12:22), Church Fenton (12:38), York (12:56), and York NRM at 13:19.
After a break at the NRM, the locomotive will depart at 16:39 and will pass through York (16:54), Thirsk (17:33), Yarm (18:02), Eaglescliffe (18:06), Middlesborough (18:26), Gypsy Lane (18:41), Nunthorpe (18:46), Battersby (19:07), Glaisdale (20:06) and Grosmont at 20:24.
Please observe any relevant lockdown rules before considering going out to see this locomotive
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