On a visit to Levisham, a tiny halt on the North Yorkshire Moors Steam Railway, this famous locomotive steamed in.
She is named after her designer, a Derbyshire engineer who designed many famous locos: The Mallard and The Flying Scotsman.
This railway is run by volunteers. They will be up early so as to raise steam.
Visitors travel up and down between Pickering, Grosmont and Whitby. Very few alight at Levisham station, the village and pub is 1.5 miles away and the station is in a wooded valley. When the engine has gone – all is hushed except for bird-song.