THE North Yorkshire Moors Railway is offering visitors a final chance to say farewell to its recent popular visiting loco 7822 Foxcote Manor on Sunday.
The engine will be gracing the railway for one last tour of Yorkshire before it returns to its home in Llangollen in Wales.
Built in 1950 at Swindon Works, it will be making the scenic journey between Pickering and Grosmont.
General manager Phillip Benham said: ““This is a wonderful opportunity for visitors to experience 1950s nostalgia at its best whilst enjoying a journey through the heart of the North Yorkshire Moors.”
Foxcote Manor will be departing from Pickering at 11am and 2pm and from Grosmont at 12.30pm and 3pm on Sunday.