It's one of the World's Greatest Railway Journeys - and it was the line that refused to die.
The Settle Carlisle route was saved exactly 25 years ago and today flags were out as a special train made its way north from Leeds to Cumbria.
On board the celebration service were some of the campaigners who helped keep the scenic route open.
Fiona Armstrong joined them - and one famous face - on the memorable trip north…
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