In Pictures: Flying Scotsman steams into Swanage

Steam train enthusiasts in Dorset are in for a treat, with the Flying Scotsman running services on the Swanage Railway.

The world-famous locomotive arrived on Friday, and will run five services a day each way between Swanage and Norden, up until Tuesday.

Flying Scotsman arrives in station
The Flying Scotsman arrives into Swanage railway station (Andrew Matthews/PA)
Flying Scotsman
Penny Vaudoyer, daughter of Alan Pegler who saved the Scotsman from the scrap heap (Andrew Matthews/PA)
Flying Scotsman railway signage
A guest appearance at Swanage (Andrew Matthews/PA)
Flying Scotsman couple to carriage
The Flying Scotsman couples up with the Devon Belle Pullman observation carriage (Andrew Matthews/PA)
Flying Scotsman
Penny Vaudoyer waves off the Flying Scotsman (Andrew Matthews/PA)
Driver and fireman on Flying Scotsman
The Flying Scotsman was purchased by the National Railway Museum in 2004, and restored in a £4.2 million, 10-year project (Andrew Matthews/PA)
Flying Scotsman
Tickets have already sold out for the weekend journeys (Andrew Matthews/PA)
Flying Scotsman on Swanage Railway
The Flying Scotsman leaves Corfe Castle (Andrew Matthews/PA)
Flying Scotsman on Swanage Railway
The Scotsman’s restoration was funded by the National Heritage Memorial Fund and the Heritage Lottery Fund, as well as from public donations (Andrew Matthews/PA)
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