The line has been closed between Armathwaite and Carlisle since a 500,000 tonne landslip occurred when flooding and bad weather hit Cumbria in winter 2015/16.
Since then Network has worked to repair the landslip and stabilise the railway along this section of the Settle-Carlisle railway line.
Passenger trains are running on the whole of the Carlisle-Settle Line again for the first time in more than a year.
A stretch of the route in Cumbria had been shut since February 2016 following flood damage.
Network Rail engineers have been repairing the iconic line after a 500,000 tonne landslip near Armathwaite.
One of the world's most famous trains will make its way along the Settle to Carlisle railway today marking the line's reopening.
The Flying Scotsman is expected into Carlisle around 1pm today.
Below is the planned timetable for the locomotive's arrival times.
- Oxenhope 08.30
- Haworth 08.35
- Keighley 09.15
- Skipton 09.45
- Hellifield arr. 10.08, dep. 10.45
- Settle Junction 10.53
- Horton-in-Ribblesdale 11.11
- Ribblehead 11.23
- Garsdale: 11.38
- Kirkby Stephen 11.51
- Appleby arr. 12.04, dep. 12.23
- Lazonby 12.41
- Carlisle 13.05
- Carlisle 15.35
- Lazonby 16.02
- Appleby arr. 16.24, dep. 16.43
- Kirkby Stephen 17.02
- Garsdale: 17.14
- Ribblehead 17.28
- Settle Junction 17.42
- Hellifield arr. 17.48, dep. 18.29
- Skipton arr. 18.44, dep. 19.06
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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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