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        Flying Scotsman | Evolution of the Railroad (Engine)

        1st May 1928: The 150 ton LNER Pacific class locomotive 'Flying Scotsman', pulling the train of the same name, leaving King's Cross Station in London at 10am on its first non-stop run to Edinburgh. Passengers travelled the 393 miles in style enjoying new luxury features including a cocktail bar and a hairdressing salon.

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