The famous Flying Scotsman will pass through Lincoln on its latest trip through the county tomorrow, giving spectators the chance to catch a glance of the vintage locomotive.
Flying Scotsman, which was built in 1923, is expected to pass through Lincoln at 10.47am (subject to change) on Thursday, August 24 as part of its journey between York and London.
The legendary train was last spotted in Lincoln in June as part of a number of tours across the UK since the completion of its 10-year, £4.2 million refurbishment by the National Railway Museum in February.
It will leave York at 6.40am, before moving south through York and Doncaster, to pass Lincoln by 10.47am.
The train will also be making at stop in Saxilby at 10.21am.
It will them travel south over the fens past Sleaford and Spalding on its route to London.