From Minster FM.
The iconic steam engine Flying Scotsman will be visiting North Yorkshire this weekend but those who are going to see it are urged to do so safely.
This Saturday, the 29th June, the steam engine will travel up the Midland Main Line before heading to York.
Enthusiasts are expected to be out in force to see the engine, but Network Rail and British Transport Police are reminding fans to stay safe and to keep off the tracks.
The message comes after recent dangerous and illegal behaviour during tours of Flying Scotsman elsewhere in the country.
Photographs shared online showed crowds of people, including young children, illegally trespassing on the tracks and stood in the path of oncoming trains.
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