Thousands of steam fans are expected to try to catch a glimpse of the Flying Scotsman as it steams through the county on Saturday, June 30.
The locomotive is passing through Northamptonshire along the Midland Mainline and the Midland Railway Nottingham direct line in the morning as part of its Yorkshireman tour.
If you were hoping to get tickets - and it’s an eyewatering £798 for a premier family ticket - then you’re out of luck as the route is a sell-out.
But you can see the train as it passes through Northamptonshire in the morning.
Spectators are being warned not to trespass on railway property or on to the tracks. British Transport Police have prosecuted trespassers in the past during previous events.
Here are all the details. Remember that all these times are subject to change and there have sometimes been long delays when the service has run in the past.
The train leaves London Victoria at 6.25am hauled by the Union of South Africa.
It gets to Bedford at 8.48am and should start to enter the county at 9am passing near to or through:
Between Isham and Burton Latimer
Kettering Business Park
And arriving at Kettering Station at 9.45am where it will stop for water. The Time Travellers’ Room on platform one at the town’s railway station will be opened by Kettering Civic Society. It will then pass near to
Telford Way Industrial Estate
Along the new A43 past Little Oakley and Great Oakley
Under the Oakley Road bridge in Corby
Passing through Corby Railway Station at 10am
It will pass through Gretton at 10.02am
Harringworth Viaduct at 10.05am
Manton Junction at 10.15am
Oakham Junction at 10.20am
Melton Mowbray at 10.30am
Syston Junction at 10.40am
Then on to York.
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