The Mallard, the world's fastest steam locomotive, will be reunited with her five surviving sister locomotives at a special ceremony today at the National Railway Museum.
It marks the 75th anniversary of the train's record-breaking run.
The birthday of the man behind the world's fastest steam train has been marked with a special historic re-enactment today.
Sir Nigel Gresley, who was born on this day in 1876, designed the Mallard, which will celebrate 75 years of holding the speed record for steam on July 3.
Actor Chris Cade from Platform 4 Theatre dressed as Gresley and posed beside the famous loco at the National Railway Museum in York to recreate a classic photograph from 1938 - the year of the Mallard's record run.