The famous Tornado steam locomotive has been travelling through Devon and Cornwall.
Tornado started out from London Paddington this morning and is due to arrive in Penzance this afternoon.
It's the first mainline steam locomotive built in the UK since 1960.
Here it was with Dawlish fans a little earlier:
South West Water has been fined £150,000 for polluting a stream and a Devon beach at the height of the holiday season.
The water company admitted allowing sewage to flow down Dawlish beach during the August bank holiday in 2015.
It blamed blockages caused by people flushing wet wipes and also admitted killing fish by polluting Woodbury brook near Exmouth.
A woman in her 20s has been fatally injured while operating farming machinery near Dawlish.Read the full story ›
There are further problems on the line due to high tides and strong winds with one train's windscreen smashed by waves last night.Read the full story ›
A young woman from Dawlish who was reported missing this morning has been found safe and well.
Police, the Coastguard and the Search and Rescue Team all helped in the search for 24-year-old Amber Brown.
Police have thanked all those who helped look for her.
A further £10million is to be given to a resilience scheme to help protect an iconic stretch of railway line from weather damage.Read the full story ›
Dawlish rail line was devastated a few years ago during winter storms. Has the Government done enough to prevent it happening again?Read the full story ›
An eighteen metre-long dead whale which washed up on a beach in South Devon is being chopped up and removed. It's thought to cost £10,000.Read the full story ›
An eighteen metre-long dead whale which washed up on a beach in South Devon will be removed over the weekend.Read the full story ›
A dead whale has washed up on a Devon beach.
The whale - believed to be a minke whale - came ashore at Red Rock beach, between Dawlish Warren and Dawlish.
Members of the public are being warned to keep a safe distance from the carcass - thought to measure about 50ft.
Coastguards are currently at the scene to put a cordon around the mammal.