Flying Scotsman is coming to Devon

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Flying Scotsman is coming to Devon

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What: Flying Scotsman is coming to Devon - 4th - 8th October 2018
The world record setting Flying Scotsman is coming to Devon.

It is fifteen years since the steam locomotive last came to the county and will this Autumn make a welcomed return.

This fantastic steam train which, on the 30th November 1934 became the first to reach 100 miles per hour, will this October travel the scenic lines once more.

The Flying Scotsman is coming to Devon on the 4th, 6th and 8th October 2018.
Where: Devon
When: 4th - 8th October 2018
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