Train lovers from around the country gathered today to see a historic locomotive race up the East Coast main line at the fastest speed travelled by a steam train in almost half a century.
Bittern, an A4-calss engine, built in 1937 is almost identical to the world's fastest steam loco Mallard. It left Kings Cross for York this morning during which it was expected to hit speeds of 90mph.
The run commemorates Mallard setting a record of speed of 126mph near Grantham in 1938 - a feat that remains unbeaten 75 years later.
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