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Steam Special
round the


featuring Scotland's latest World Heritage Site, The Forth Bridge

Steam-hauled by A3 Class 60103 Flying Scotsman

Sunday 19th May 2019

SRPS Railtours Forth Circle steam special on Forth Bridge
Travel on a steam train over the most famous railway bridge in the world.
Three special excursions cross the World Heritage designated Forth Bridge to Fife and travel along the north shore of the Firth of Forth through Aberdour, Burntisland and Kinghorn to Kirkcaldy, with magnificent views across the Forth to Edinburgh and the Lothians. Each train continues through Dunfermline and along the coast through Culross and Kincardine then over line through Clackmannan and Alloa to Stirling with views of the Ochil Hills and the Wallace Monument. If time permits there will be a short stop for photographs at Stirling, then the train continues through Falkirk to complete the Forth Circle.

You can select from three trips; choose either the morning train from Linlithgow, the afternoon train from Dalmeny or the evening train from Inverkeithing. Breakfast will be available on the first train, lunch on the second and dinner on the third.
Any passengers booking to travel on more than one trip can remain on the train between trips. Please phone for further information about this.

A3 Class No. 60103 Flying Scotsman was built in 1923 for the London and North Eastern Railway (LNER) at Doncaster Works to a design of Nigel Gresley and hauled long-distance expresses on the East Coast Main Line. The locomotive set two world records for steam traction, becoming the first steam locomotive to be officially authenticated at reaching 100 miles per hour and setting a record for the longest non-stop run by a steam locomotive when it ran 422 miles in 1989 while in Australia. After withdrawal by British Rail in 1963 Flying Scotsman has gained considerable fame in preservation under the ownership of, successively, Alan Pegler, Sir William McAlpine, Tony Marchington, and now the National Railway Museum.

 Linlithgow (Morning)   08.50 12.40     
 Dalmeny (Afternoon)   13.55 18.45     
 Inverkeithing (Evening)   19.00 22.30     
These timings are approximate and should be used only as a guide.

Return Fares (including seat reservations) :
First Class£149N/A
This train is non-smoking throughout.

Standard class fully booked on afternoon train.

Our buffet car will be open throughout the journey for the sale of tea, coffee, sandwiches, snacks, confectionery, soft drinks, beers and spirits. In addition full meals (served at your table by our volunteer stewards) are available on this tour and should be booked in advance :
Breakfast (Morning train) - a full cooked breakfast with tea or coffee   £11.00
Lunch (Afternoon train) - a three-course salad meal with tea or coffee   £14.00
Dinner (Evening train) - a two-course hot meal with tea or coffee   £14.00
Please note that special diets can be catered for only by prior arrangement.
Click to book on-line for morning train
Click to book on-line for afternoon train
Click to book on-line for evening train
Phone enquiries Telephone enquiries and bookings may be made by phoning SRPS Railtours on
0131 202 1033
Click for Booking form Postal bookings should be made using the Booking Form, and sent with a first-class stamped, self-addressed envelope to
SRPS RAILTOURS, 32 Moray Park, Dalgety Bay, Fife, KY11 9UN
Bookings are subject to SRPS Railtours terms and conditions

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