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300ml white mug featuring CBR logo and image of the Royal Scot.

A steam excursion hauled by Royal Scott class locomotive, named Royal Scot, passes Borthwick, storming up the 1 in 70 gradient towards Falahill Summit. This locomotive was built in 1930 by the London Midland and Scottish Railway (LMS) as number 6152. In 1933 it swapped identities with the first-built member of the class, number 6100, being renumbered 46100 when it passed in to British Railways ownership at nationalisation. Withdrawn from service in 1962, it spent many years as a static exhibit at Butlins holiday camp in Skegness, then at Bressingham Steam Museum, before eventually being restored to mainline condition in 2016.

Credit: Bill Jamieson

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