The Flying Scotsman Pin Badge
The front of the Flying Scotsman in pewter supplied on a pin with clasp. The information card gives the history of the first public railways through to modern day.
The Flying Scotsman service began in 1862 with the introduction of a 10am departure from Kings Cross and Edinburgh Waverley. The train was named in the timetable as the Special Scotch Express and was reserved for first and second-class ticket holders. The journey time was 10.5 hours, inclusive of a 30 minute lunch stop at York.
Weight : 10 grams