‘Royal Scot’ to replace ‘Britannia’ for NYMR half-term services

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The iconic No. 46100 Royal Scot will now be the guest locomotive during February half-term for a series of special pre-booked services at the NYMR.

It is replacing the previously announced guest, No. 70000 Britannia; work on vital repairs cannot take place until the parts needed are delivered.

Alongside seat-allocated tickets onboard No. 46100, families can also take part in activities, which includes an interactive fairytale-themed show on February 13 aimed at two to seven-year-olds in the cosy classroom at Pickering station, courtesy of Story Craft Theatre. Signalbox demonstrations and crafty corner sessions are on offer on February 12 and February 16.

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The NYMR’s acting CEO, Laura Strangeway, said: “Sometimes delays to repairs happen in the railway world, but we are so excited to be open over the half-term and even more so now that Royal Scot is involved.”

To book and for more information, visit www.nymr.co.uk


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