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The world's most famous steam engine spent another day making history, as it helped mark the official re-opening of one of the region's most famous railway lines.
Thousands turned out along the Settle to Carlisle line to catch a glimpse of the Flying Scotsman - built in Doncaster and recently restored to its full former glory.
Calendar weather presenter Jon Mitchell was one of the lucky few to spend the day on board.
A number of enthusiasts gather to watch the moment the Flying Scotsman crosses the Ribblehead Viaduct as part of celebrations to mark the re-opening of the Settle to Carlisle railway line.
The world's best-known steam train, the Flying Scotsman, is celebrating the re-opening of the Settle to Carlisle railway line today.
And she's just stopped off at Appleby for a well-earned break
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The Doncaster-built steam engine will depart from Oxenhope this morning and travel via Haworth, Keighley and Skipton to Carlisle.