Work to complete the restoration of the iconic locomotive Flying Scotsman, will be undertaken by Riley & Son (E) in Bury. The locomotive is moving from York to Bury on the 29 October 2013 and will therefore no longer be on display in the museum.
Flying Scotsman was saved by the nation in 2004 and is a star icon of the National Collection. It's currently being restored to make it fit to return to mainline operation.
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