'Flying Scotsman' train, pulled by 'Osprey' at Ganwick Curve, c 1957.
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The 'Flying Scotsman' train, pulled by an A1 class 4-6-2 locomotive number 60131 'Osprey' at Ganwick Curve. The Flying Scotsman left King's Cross, London, for Edinburgh every morning at 10.00 am. The non stop journey took around seven hours. This train started running in 1862 and is one of the most famous named trains in the world.