Tommy Haydon began driving trains in 1947, and did so for more than 40 years.
He was at Carlisle Railway Station today to see the return of the Flying Scotsman... and he's confident he could still drive it:
Watch one of the world's most famous locomotives leave Carlisle Railway Station with a burst of steam:
Hundreds of people are taking place in a swimming regatta in the Lake District.
More than 1,000, from all around the world, have signed up for the Big Chillswim, at Windermere this weekend, and it's now underway:
More than 1,000 people are set to brave the cold by swimming in Windermere this weekend.
The Big Chillswim Winter Swimming Gala attracts competitive swimmers from countries including Australia, the USA and Russia, and is billed as a major boost for tourism in the Lake District.
The three day regatta began yesterday, with the World Open Water Swimming Association Awards, but the big event, the Winter Swimming World Cup, takes place over the weekend.
It includes the 1km British Winter Swimming Championships.
The swimming races began at 9am this morning, and finish at 5pm this afternoon, before a prize giving ceremony.
They resume at 9am on Sunday morning.
Kendal's first White Noise festival takes place this weekend.
It's aimed to encourage 16 to 25-year-olds to take an interest in politics.
The event will feature poetry, music and a question time event with politicians.