Where and when to see steam locomotive No. 44932 this Saturday when it visits Carlisle
We have been advised that this tour is partly transported by LMS Black 5 #44932 – please note this is subject to change.
LMS Black 5 No. 44932 will be back to mainline steam and will be in Carlisle and Barrow-in-Furness on Saturday 24th September 2022.
The locomotive hauls part of the Cumbrian Coast Express on Saturday.
The railtour leaves London Euston behind an electric locomotive at around 07:08.
The train tour will then head to Carlisle, where it will make stops at Milton Keynes Central (07.43am), Rugby (08.24am), Nuneaton (08.43am), Crewe (09.31am), Preston (10.14am) and Penrith North Lakes (11.23am) before arriving in Carlisle at 11:43 a.m.
After about an hour in Carlisle, and with the steam locomotive now attached to the train, it will leave Carlisle at 1.33pm bound for London Euston. It will pass through Maryport (2.14pm), Workington (2.22pm), Parton (2.36pm), Whitehaven (2.43pm), St Bees (2.54pm), Sellafield (3.09pm), Ravenglass (3.09pm). :32), Millom (15:50), Askam (16:07), Barrow-in-Furness (16:21), Ulverston (16:38), Arnside (16:56), Carnforth (17:06) and Carnforth South Junction at 5:09 p.m., where the steam locomotive is replaced by the electric locomotive.
The electric locomotive will take the same route back to London Euston, calling at Preston (6.31pm) Crewe (7.33pm), Nuneaton (8.34pm), Rugby (8.54pm), Milton Keynes Central (9.24pm) and Watford Junction at 10.03pm.
The train tour will return to its final destination of London Euston at 10.27pm.
The above times in parentheses are approximate times. Please click here to track the train throughout the day to keep up to date with when it will pass through your local station.
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As always, please respect the dangers of the railway. Please do not trespass on the tracks to see this iconic locomotive – stick to public access points!