Gloucestershire Camera Club members were out in force at the weekend to capture photos of The Flying Scotsman.

The famous steam engine passed through the county on Saturday on its ‘Cotswold Venturer’ day trip from London Paddington.

So-called after the London to Edinburgh rail service that started daily at 10am in 1862, the train travelled north through Stroud’s Golden Valley en-route to its lunchtime destination of Worcester, and then along the picturesque Cotswold Line via Moreton-in-the-Marsh and Kingham in the evening.

Although it did not stop in Gloucestershire, bar a brief pause at the Gloucester Yard Junction, trainspotters got a chance to glimpse the

locomotive as it passed by.

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