Crowds gathered early this morning to welcome the locomotive, Bittern, to the Wensleydale Railway.
It's the sister of the famous Mallard - which celebrated the 75th anniversary of its record breaking 126mph run on the East Coast main line last year.
The event was organised to mark the start of the Swaledale Festival.
Three generations of train enthusiasts were there to see the LNER A4 Pacific No. 4464 'Bittern', on the first day of the May Bank Holiday.
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