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A busy year for 'Scotsman’ after 2020 cancellations

THE National Railway Museum and Riley & Son (El Ltd are hopeful 2021 will be a better year for celebrity Gresley'A3' Pacific Flying Scotsmanwith , an extensive programme of railtours and heritage line visits on the locomotive's calendar.

The Covid-19 pandemic and its associated lockdowns obliterated much of No. 60103's operating year last year, resulting in the loco missing out on several booked appearances.

It was even unable to round off 2020 with

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