Flying Scotsman reopens Settle-Carlisle
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Flying Scotsman visits reopened Settle-Carlisle railway

Flying Scotsman will be one of the first engines on the reopened Settle-Carlisle line.

The stretch at Eden Brows, between Carlisle and Armathwaite had to be shut in February 2016 after 500,000 tones of earth moved.

Network Rail has underpinned the line by driving hundreds of concrete-filled steel piles into the bedrock as part of a £23m scheme.

The famous locomotive will travel from Oxenhope, near Keighley to Carlisle.