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Sunday 5 May : ABERDEEN
Steam-hauled by A4 Class 60009 Union of South Africa

From LINLITHGOW, Dalgety Bay, Kirkcaldy, Ladybank, Perth
Over the Forth Bridge and through Fife to Perth, then along the east coast through Dundee, Arbroath, Montrose and Stonehaven to Aberdeen.
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Sunday 19 May : THE FORTH CIRCLE - Forth Bridge, Fife, Clackmannan & Stirling
Steam-hauled by LNER A3 Class 60103 Flying Scotsman

From LINLITHGOW (morning train)   /   DALMENY(afternoon train)   /   INVERKEITHING (evening train)
Morning, afternoon and evening steam specials round the 'Forth Circle'; over the Forth Bridge, along the Fife Coast and round the Fife Circle then along the railway through Culross, Kincardine and Alloa to Stirling.
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Saturday 1 June : PLOCKTON & KYLE of LOCHALSH

From LINLITHGOW, Edinburgh Waverley, Dalmeny, Dalgety Bay, Kirkcaldy, Ladybank, Perth
The Highland Line via Blair Atholl, Drumochter, Aviemore and Culloden to Inverness, then via Dingwall, Garve and the spectacular scenery along Loch Carron to Plockton and Kyle of Lochalsh.
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Saturday 15 June : CHESTER & LLANDUDNO

From GLENROTHES with Thornton, Kirkcaldy, Dalgety Bay, Edinburgh Waverley, Kirknewton, Lockerbie
Along the West Coast Main Line over Beattock and Shap summits for a visit to the historic city of Chester, or remain on board for a trip along the North Wales Coast to the elegant seaside resort of Llandudno.
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Sundays 4, 11, 18 & 25 August : THE FORTH BRIDGE & SCOTTISH BORDERS
Steam-hauled by Black Five class 44870

From LINLITHGOW, Dunfermline Town, Kirkcaldy, Dalgety Bay, Edinburgh Waverley
Steam-hauled over the Forth Bridge and round the Fife Circle, then through Edinburgh and along the new Borders Railway to Galashiels and Tweedbank. Additional coach tours to Sir Walter Scott's Abbotsford House, historic Melrose and Seasons Restaurant, Gattonside.
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Saturday 21 September : INVERNESS & SPEYSIDE (Circular Tour)

From NORTH BERWICK, Longniddry, Musselburgh, Edinburgh Waverley, Dalmeny, Dalgety Bay, Kirkcaldy, Ladybank
Across the Forth Bridge, through Fife to Perth and north on the Highland Line via Blair Atholl, Drumochter, Aviemore and Culloden to Inverness. Return via Elgin, Aberdeen and along the coast to cross the Tay and Forth Bridges.
Passengers may leave the train at Aviemore for a coach trip through Speyside to visit Glefiddich Distillery at Dufftown, then rejoin the train at Elgin.

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Saturday 28 September : FORT WILLIAM

From AYR, Prestwick Town, Troon, Irvine, Kilwinning, Johnstone, Paisley Gilmour Street, Exhibition Centre
Follow the world’s most scenic line from the banks of the Clyde, past Loch Long and Loch Lomond, across Rannoch Moor and through Monessie Gorge to Fort William.
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Saturday 19 October : AYR & STRANRAER

From NEWCASTLE upon Tyne, Cramlington, Morpeth, Alnmouth, Berwick-upon-Tweed, Drem, Edinburgh Waverley
Along the East Coast Main Line to Edinburgh, then across central Scotland to the Ayrshire coast. Spend the afternoon in Ayr, or take a coach tour to Culzean Castle (additional fare). Alternatively stay on the train over the scenic line to Stranraer. The train returns via Kilmarnock, Dumfries, Carlisle and the Tyne Valley line.
( Tour organised jointly with North East Railtours )

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