A steam locomotive, mostly built in the Midlands, has arrived at the National Memorial Arboretum in Staffordshire to be dedicated.
The engine, named 'The Unknown Warrior', has still not been completed, but it has travelled on a lorry from Wales, where it was assembled.
The locomotive is to be the only LMS Patriot class engine in existence, after none of the originals was saved.
It is now to travel to Birmingham's NEC, to take centre stage at this weekend's Warley National Model Railway Exhibition.
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