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Today is the last day when a steam locomotive is pulling scheduled services on the Settle to Carlisle railway line.
The Tornado is running two return journeys between Appleby and Skipton.
The service began on Tuesday, and the Tornado is the first timetabled steam locomotive on the route in more than 50 years.
A steam train will be carrying passengers on the Settle-Carlisle railway again today.
The Tornado locomotive is running two return journeys between Appleby and Skipton.
The service began yesterday and is operating until tomorrow.
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The Settle to Carlisle railway line has been closed, because of ground movements under the track.
Part of the embankment at Eden Brow collapsed earlier this month, but trains had been allowed through at low speeds.
However, the line has now been closed and a replacement bus service is operating between Appleby and Carlisle, calling at Langwathby, Lazonby and Armathwaite.
Staff employed on the Settle and Carlisle Railway are set to take two more days of strike action as part of an ongoing dispute over compulsory redundancies.
Those striking provide at-seat catering on Northern Rail services between Carlisle and Settle. They will walk out for 24 hours on both the 14 and 21 of February
The Partnership that runs the service has previously said it cannot agree to its employees demands as they would undermine the financial security of the not for profit organisation.
Workers on the historic Carlisle Settle rail line have walked out again as part of a long-running dispute over compulsory redundancies.
The 24-hour stoppage began at midnight.
The employees are members of the RMT rail union and provide a trolly catering service on the Northern Rail trains that use the line.
They are protesting the Settle and Carlisle Development Company's decision to make redundancies.