Historic engine 'The Flying Pig' undergoes important overhaul

A locomotive that was once considered the ugliest ever built, is now undergoing important work before the summer season.

The work is being carried out by Severn Valley Railway and costing an estimated £35,000.

The Flying Pig is one of the hardest working locomotives on the heritage railway and has been in service there for more than 40 years. Chris Halpin reports

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